Auditor General Odysseas Michaelides formally submitted his annual report on Tuesday morning to President Nicos Anastasiades having earlier this month publicised portions to help voters make more informed decisions in last Sunday’s municipal elections.
As is custom, Michaelides handed his yearly report to the Cyprus President at the Presidential Palace.
Sections of the report, covering 2015, that were released early included information on mayors’ salaries and school board favouritism complaints, both which may have impacted voters’ decisions ahead of the relevant elections.
Other sections referred to a variety of topics including the millions of euro in benefits and subsidies paid to police officers and the worrying number of unlicensed swimming pools and petrol stations.
The full report, currently available only in Greek, can be found website of the Audit Office of the Cyprus Republic.