IGF concludes that there were irregularities in TAP’s compensation to Alexandra Reis | TAP

The process that led to the departure of the former manager of TAP, Alexandra Reis, with compensation worth 500 thousand euros, presented serious irregularities, according to the draft opinion of the Inspectorate General of Finance (IGF). The information is provided by SIC News who had access to the document with the conclusions of the IGF.

Both the TAP administration and the former Secretary of State for the Treasury have already been notified by the IGF to make the contradictory.

The controversy goes back to December when the Morning mail reported that the then Secretary of State for the Treasury, Alexandra Reis, had left TAP in February, where she was executive director, with a compensation of half a million euros, despite having resigned from her position. Months later, she would become president of a public company (NAV, responsible for air traffic management).

The case led to the departure of Reis from the Government of António Costa – the minister did not complete a month of duties in office (she took office on 2 December).

According to information collected by PÚBLICO, the resignation of Alexandra Reis from TAP occurred after a lack of understanding with the president of the air carrier, Christine Ourmières-Widener. Since the compensation became public, Alexandra Reis and TAP have been the target of severe criticism by the unions.

At the end of December, André Teives, president of the Union of Airport Handling Technicians, stated that “in legal terms, anyone who leaves is not entitled to any compensation.”

In an interview with SIC in January, Alexandra Reis guaranteed that she delivered the declaration of assets at the Constitutional Court with the bank account balances, including the amount of compensation received by TAP, shortly after joining NAV.

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