THE Deputy Minister to the President for European Affairs Andreas Mavroyiannis has said that the Cyprus EU Presidency provides a priceless opportunity to reinvigorate and modernise the civil service.
Speaking on CyBC radio, Mavroyiannis said that state organs need to modernise and change to reflect the new circumstances. The public have often criticized government bureaucracy, with frequent calls for the public sector administration to undergo radical surgery.
“This is a unique opportunity to conduct a complete overhaul of the public sector and the ways of doing things and improving. We can innovate and renovate where there is a necessity and adjust to the needs of modern times,” he said.Read More