NICOSIA - President Nicos Anastasiades will be the final witness Tuesday at the committee of inquiry looking into how Cyprus’ economy and banking sector nearly collapsed.
Public hearings end Tuesday with Anastasiades being the last witness to stand before it.
The hearing of the three-member committee under a former judge of the Supreme Court is set to begin at 10.30.
It is the second time that a Cypriot President has testified before an investigation committee after former President Demetris Christofias before a single-member committee which investigated the deadly explosion at the “Evangelos Florakis” naval base in Mari, in 2011.
Last Thursday Christofias walked out of the public enquiry into Cyprus’ economic and financial crisis, because he was not allowed to read a 25-page statement.
Athanasios Orphanides, former Central Bank Governor appeared before the investigation committee on the economy last Friday.
The committee is due to submit its final report on September 28.