Law No. Regulation No. Made under the Public Education Service Law Amends the basic provisions of by adding a new provision 6A which stipulates that an educational worker which completes a 3-year service in schools which are in the occupied by the Turkish army regions, will have his service counted as double. Regulations No.
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Law No. Regulation No. Made under the Public Education Service Law Amends the basic provisions of by adding a new provision 6A which stipulates that an educational worker which completes a 3-year service in schools which are in the occupied by the Turkish army regions, will have his service counted as double. Regulations No. Made under the Public Education Service Laws Amends the basic provisions of the Education Officers Placements, Transfers and Transfers Regulations to by adding a new provision 12A, which stipulates that an educational worker completing a 3-year service in schools which are in the occupied by the Turkish army regions, will be granted additional 25 points for each year of service for the purpose of future reassignment.
It amends the following articles of the basic law No. Provides definitions of "faculty and research staff" and of "law". Provides measures for the retirement pension and retirement benefit for professors and associate professors as well as the age of retirement and of granting the retirement pension 62nd year , and the bonus. It introduces a new article 44A related to the mandatory retirement of special police officer and the process of retirement. Amends article 13 of the Law concerning social security issues of police officers, as well as article 19 concerning the replacements of police officers.
Law I of , regulating access to private sector by former public sector officers. The Aim of the law is to protect public interest from discrepancies in the allocation of jobs, because of the privileged information capacity that former public officers have. Stipulates the establishment of an Independent Special Authority, and determines its role in this context. Stipulates the supervisory measures as well as the role of the inspectors, and determines the methods of establishing driving hours and rest periods.
Law 73 I of , amending Law No. Amends the article 2 on the definition of "specialized member of the police". Also amends article 13, 16, 17 and Finally it amends article 17A related to the appointment and promotion of specialized members of the police force.
Stipulates the maximum permissible working hours, including hours of work at night and the minimum required periods of rest for persons involved in road transport activities, such as transport of persons and goods, driving, loading and unloading, equipment maintenance, etc.
Endows law enforcement officers with the right to inspect premises, vehicles and documents and spells out penalties in the event of infringement. Stipulates that all issues concerning the remuneration of public and civil servants should be considered through the provisions of the laws on Public Services as well as the provisions of the laws amending or substituting these laws.
Amends articles 29 and 33 on the process of selection of candidates for professional positions. Ministerial Law No. Refers to the conditions of promotion of police officers, as well as to the functioning of the Evaluation Committee. Regulations Nos. Regulate the conditions of service of the members of the police force.
Introduce evaluation criteria for appointment and advancement. Introduces criminal liability for involvement in active or passive bribery at both the national and Community level.
Includes provisions on jurisdiction, extradition and international cooperation. Places upon civil servants the obligation to report any incident of corruption or bribery in the civil service of which they have knowledge.
Made under the Minimum Wages Act. Law No 1 I of to provide for the increase of civil servants' wages and old-age benefits. Act No I of concerning the Civil Aviation. Provides for the organisation of the Civil Aviation of Cyprus and in particular the qualifications of the personnel and the social protection for all Civil Aviation employees. Act No I of to regulate hours of work and rest periods of drivers and other relevant matters.
Daily working time shall not exceed 9 hours but can be extended to 10 hours twice a week. As a general rule, every 24 hours a driver is entitled to a minimum of 11 continuous hours of rest. Amendments concerning the powers of Heads of departments in the public service and the Chief Auditor of the Republic. Provides for the suspension of the filling of vacant posts in the public service.
Concerns the first assignment. Amends art. All Regulations issued according to this article may have retroactive effect. Act No 53 I of providing wage increases for members of different committees in the public service or in the Public Instruction Service.
Provides for a 1 percent wage increase for committee members starting from the 1st January , and a 2 per cent raise starting from 1 January Stipulates that these raises are also to be taken into consideration in calculating allowances for cost of living increases and pensions. Amends the acts providing for the public instruction service so as to permit candidates who are ill - and have medical certificates to prove it - to begin their training programmes as soon as they are physically able to do so.
Also stipulates that priority is to be given to those possessing the Educational Institute's certificate when deciding amongst candidates invited to serve under contract during the school year Act No 91 I of to amend the act concerning hotels and tourists' residences boards and lodgings. Amends S. This percentage is to be collected and paid to employees every three months by the hotel owner.
Provisions are also included specifying penal and disciplinary sanctions in the event of non compliance. Act No I of to amend the acts from to No 2 concerning the procedure of appointment of extra employees in the Public Education Service. Law No 52 I of providing for the increase of wages and pensions for public servants and public pensioners.
Provides for the increase of wages and pensions in the public sector. Starting on 1 January , the basic wage is to be increased by 1 per cent; the minimum raise is 22 pounds per year. From 1 January , wages are to be increased by another 2 per cent and the minimum raise is 44 pounds per year. These increases are also taken into consideration in calculating allowances for increases in the cost of living, as well as pensions.
Provides for the retroactive force of regulations issued in accordance with this article. Ordinary officers and policemen under the age of forty serving in special forces at the date of entry into force of this Act shall have the right to be candidates for registration or appointment to the Force.
Concerns employees of legal bodies of public law appointed on or after 3 September and who completed their military service in the Cypriot or in the British Army from 3 September to 15 August For those who left the service before the entry into force of this Act, retirement pension shall be adjusted proportionally. Amends s. Provides that persons employed in the public service or pubic education service whose appointment in a permanent post have been or are in the process of being cancelled by the Supreme Court can be employed as extraordinary staff in their respective service until the end of the procedure.
At the end of this extraordinary employment period, such a person's employment shall be terminated and they shall have no right to claim any compensation.
Act No. Amends ss. Amends all Acts concerning the Army of the Republic from to and all Regulations concerning the officers serving the Army of the Republic with regard to nominations, scale, hierarchy, promotions, and discharge from to Provides for the requirements and for the qualifications of candidates and special provisions concerning hierarchy and pension matters.
Ten percent of the vacant posts in the public sector, except in public education, shall be filled with priority given to candidates who claim to be persons or children of persons unable to travel from the Turkish zone of Cyprus and who have all the necessary qualifications corresponding to the job description.
The result of any written or oral examination for these posts shall not be taken into consideration, except in cases where such persons already occupy more than 10 percent of the posts. In addition to the provisions of the Public Service Act, provides for a written examination for the candidates to be employed in the Public Service during If the procedure for filling the vacancies by evaluating the candidates with a written examination has started before the entry into force of the present Act, it shall continue and be concluded in accordance with this Act.
Provides for other procedural matters. Provides for the filling of vacancies in conformity with the decision of the Supreme Court, and concerns candidates who have been employed in the public service on a daily and full-time basis for at least three years up to 26 September Provides also for the powers of the Public Service Committee with regard to special cases of assignment of candidates to vacant posts outside of the normal procedure for evaluation.
In such cases the candidate shall be considered to have been appointed since 25 January Act No 97 I of to amend and consolidate Acts related to retirement pensions Ch. Concerns in particular old-age, disability and other benefits, conditions of length of real and pensionable service and family retirement pension scheme.
Specifies the meaning of the term "hazard" and provides for the right to a lump-sum in the event of a damage caused by ice, continuous of rain, hot-dry air or flood. The amount to be paid is calculated, according to the product and the total of the damage, ranging between 20 per cent and 75 per cent. Provides for the right for the disabled and the descendants of defended, the disappeared and prisoners' to be employed in the Public Service, according to the legal procedure.
Concerns 10 per cent out of the total of civil service posts. Amends Act concerning defendants, disabled, disappeared, prisoners and their professional future. Amends Section 2 of the basic Act. Public service concerns all services of the public sector except those of the Armed Forces, of the National Guard, of the Police, of Justice, of the Teaching service and of the services under an independant authority of the State.
In the last two cases the exception concerns both temporary and stable personnel. Amends Sections 28B and 28D of the basic Act by considering as length of service the service in any other school, institution or sector and by providing the possibility of covering the 2 per cent of the posts, in any branch, by thalassemic candidates. Numerous amendments concerning among other issues early retirement, bankruptcy and disciplinary matters with regard to teachers.
Numerous amendments concerning eligibility for old age benefit in the event of service in Greece or occupied areas. Provides for basis of calculation of periods of active service and the equivalent contributions. Numerous amendments concerning eligibility to old age benefit in the event of service in Greece or occuppied areas.
Provides for basis of calculation of active service and the equivalent contributions. Temporary personnel shall be hired under a short or a long term contract to cover seasonal or any urgent and unpredictable needs. Determines the procedure and basic principles of employment, as well as sanctions when legal procedures for employment are not applied.
Determines the criteria, conditions of candidature, eventual objections, conditions of written examination and procedures of selection. Amending Act No. Categories of motorised vehicless for public use are as follows: a urban and extra-urban taxis, b agrarian taxis, c urban, extra-urban and tourist buses, d agrarian buses, e motorised vehicles for international rural transport, f buses for transports under contract, g truck-transporter "A" and h private buses.
DECRETO 4369 DE 2006 PDF
Decreto , de 4 de Deciembre de Ag Document. Article 6 decides upon decrfto amount resulting from the reduction in emoluments and pensions effected within the Public Service and the broader Public Sector. If the dispute involves ten or more employees, it shall be considered to be a collective one s. Article 15 introduces the issuance of Decrees by the Ministry. Amends regulations 2, 5, 17 and 18 and Schedule of the principal Regulations cap. Article 12 provides for the maintenance of the Registry. Establishes the Council in order to promote safer and healthier working conditions and to encourage and facilitate co-operation and communication between the Government, employers, employees and relevant professional and academic bodies.
Decreto , de 4 de Deciembre de Ag Document. Este decreto se estructura decteto la siguiente manera: Index referring on article 2 provides for a list of traditional occupations. Stipulates that these raises are also to be taken into consideration in calculating allowances for cost of living increases and pensions. Article 6 introduces new article 30A, regarding the edifying and instructional competency. The relevant minister can give permission for a policeman or a sergeant to be discharged after its 50th birthday or at any time later than this.
Decreto , de 4 de Deciembre de Ag Document. Article 7 adjusts the pension rate and fixes the lump sum for the duty time provided before and after the 1st January In addition to the provisions of the Public Service Act, provides for a written examination for the candidates to be employed in the Public Service during Amended article 8B concerns the case of teachers leaving their employment to work in another public service or organization. Article 3 defines the purpose and the scope of application of the present Law. Act No I of to amend the acts from to No 2 concerning the procedure of appointment of extra employees in the Public Education Service. Article 2 of the present Law provides for the definition of the following terms: Article 13 regulates the retirement benefits of the new entrants to employment. It specifically amends the following provisions: Regulations on Employment Arrangement of Veterans. Act No 97 I of to amend and consolidate Acts related to retirement pensions Ch.