Asylum seekers pay 30% less for electricity

A debate about the bills of CYTA and EAC at the Commerce Committee of the parliament was the cause of information about the bills of asylum seekers coming to light. According to EAC, asylum seekers are paying electricity at a discounted rate by 30% while the cost of this subsidy is finally paid by the taxpayers through their electricity bills. The chairman of the committee described these news as unacceptable and provocative.