KOMOTINI DINATA responds to the government's statement on DEYAK's debt
MOTINI DINATA, the main opposition in the Municipality of Komotini, made a statement last week that the Water and Sewerage Administration (DEYAK) had referred to the prosecutor's office the issue of the debt of approximately 6 million euros to the Public Electricity Authority (DEI), and the response given by the DEYAK institution was brought to the agenda by the mayor Yannis Garanis and his team Citizens' Community in a press release.
In the statement made by the ruling party regarding DEYAK's statement on debts, "We ask Mr Gravanis: How many and which of the councillor candidates he put on the ballot paper owe thousands of euros to DEYAK?", the main opposition party responded.
"Are the Citizens' Society and Mr Garanis violating and monitoring the personal data of citizens?
We read with shock and dismay the press release dated 20-9-2023 of the Citizens' Society team, which is supposed to respond to the debts of the Water and Sewerage Administration (DEYAK).
In addition to the ambiguity and repeated use of "data" that was never officially published, it was not answered in a manner befitting a special purpose Public Law Legal Entity.
In particular, Mr Garanis' question to Antonis Gravanis, the leader of our team, reads as follows: "So we ask Mr Gravanis: How many and which of the candidates for municipal councillor that he included in the ballot paper owe thousands of euros to DEYAK?"
We answer this shameful "question" as follows:
What do Mr Garanis and the "Citizens' Society" know?
Who, how many people and how do they have access to DEYAK information system and digital data concerning the privacy and personal data of the citizens of our city?
Who and how many people unjustifiably access the accounts of each of our citizens and obtain information in brazen violation of the provisions of the Criminal Code, and in particular articles 370 B - 370 C of the Code, which provide for imprisonment for unjustified disclosure of the secrets of a public or private sector organisation to a third party or any other person?
Who and how many people illegally know the financial obligations of the citizens of our city and use this information for their own and others' exploitation?
Does the "Society of Citizens" team finally tend to become the "Big Brother of Citizens"?
Reserving all our legal rights, we invite you to answer the above questions clearly.
And also stop violating the criminal nature of the personal data of citizens, stop systematically spreading regrettable slander."