Annick Petrus's mandate as senator, elected on September 27, began on October 1. According to the law, it must establish a declaration of initial financial situation and a declaration of interests and activities with the High Authority for the transparency of public life.
As vice-president of the Collectivity, she had already completed and submitted a declaration of interests and activities. She had to declare her professional activities giving rise to remuneration as well as the remunerations or allowances received within the framework of her elected functions and mandates.
On the date of her statement last October, Annick Petrus indicated that she had received 25200 euros net per year in 2017 and 2018 as well as 21000 euros net in 2019 under her mandate as vice-president.
She also mentioned her salaries as a teacher: 48 euros in 000 and 2017 and 2018 euros in 47000.
It justifies "a decrease in salary in 2019 for service not done because of [his] absences for electoral missions".
As the new senator of Saint-Martin, Annick Petrus will have to file a new declaration of interests and activities without forgetting that of the patrimonial situation. The two documents must be filed by December 1 at the latest under penalty of sanction. (soualigapost.com)
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