The British Parliament will begin in October the appearances for the bankruptcy of Thomas Cook

The committee of companies of the British Parliament has initiated an investigation on the bankruptcy of Thomas Cook in which it will interrogate the management on subjects like the remuneration of the directors and the accounting, whose appearances will begin in the middle or end of October.

Thomas Cook, the first tour operator in the world, declared bankruptcy in the early hours of Monday, which has caused the collapse of some of its subsidiaries in other countries, such as the German, French and Polish, as well as negative effects on the economy of hotels and tourist destinations where it operated. In addition, it has been the largest repatriation operation for the United Kingdom since World War II.

The president of the Committee on Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy of the British Government, Rachel Reeves, said that the “main protagonists” of the disappearance of the company “should face public scrutiny and be accountable for their actions before the collapse of the company “.