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Name: Law N 123(I) of 2014 on the Evaluation of Candidates for Appointment in the Public Service (Interim Provisions).
Country: Cyprus
Subject(s): Conditions of employment; Public and civil servants
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2014-07-25
Entry into force:
Published on: Epissimi Efimeris, 2014-07-25, Part I(I), N 4456, pp. 804-806
ISN: CYP-2014-L-100721
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=100721&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Epissimi Efimeris, 2014-07-25, Part I(I), N 4456, pp. 804-806
Text in Greek Text in Greek Tipografio Kipriakis Dimokratias, Nicosia, Cyprus, pp. 804-806 PDF of Official Gazette in Greek PDF of Official Gazette in Greek (consulted on 2015-12-09)
Abstract/Citation: Introduces interim provisions related to the Laws N 6(I) and 73(I) of 1998, 52(I) of 2001, 97(I) of 2006 and 106(I) of 2008 on the Evaluation of Candidates for Appointment in the Public Service.
Article 2 provides for the definition of terms.
Article 3 inserts special provisions suspending the implementation of specific provisions of the Law and temporarily introducing others relating to the filling of vacancies to be exempted from the suspension of filling. It specifically stipulates that the annual written examination conducted for entry positions in the Public Service, pursuant to the Law on Public Service, based upon paragraph (a) of the 5th phrase of article 3 of the Law, shall not be conducted for 2014, and the position lists submitted annually to the Parliament for approval, pursuant to articles 2 and 2A of the Law, shall not be submitted for 2014. It also provides for an exception with regard to the announcement in the Official Journal during 2015 of vacancies subject to filling, in which case a written examination takes place, the procedure of which is specified in the provisions of the present article.
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