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Bailiffs come for state vehicles

 

COURT bailiffs armed with a warrant issued in connection with unpaid state debts attempted to seize a ministerial car outside the finance ministry yesterday but were prevented by the car’s driver, a policeman, who drove the car into the basement parking and out of reach. 

The bailiffs reported the officer to the police for obstructing efforts to execute a court-approved seizure warrant. The Attorney-general, who incidentally gets to decide on state prosecutions, argued the attempted seizure was wrong and unfair.  

This is the second time in a week that bailiffs attempted to seize moveable property of the state in connection with money owed by the state over a specific €5m-worth land expropriation.

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Our View: AKEL’s hypocrisy is beyond the pale

CAMPAIGNING in the last week has turned nastier with rival camps laying into the opponent’s supposed weaknesses and inadequacies. This is expected in the last few days before the final round of the elections. What was not expected was the apoplectic reaction of the Stavros Malas camp to an Anastasiades newspaper advert that was published on Wednesday and focused on the appalling record of five years of the Christofias government. 

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SGOs snub request to give asset statement

APPARENTLY acting at the behest of the Presidential Palace, semi-government organisations (SGOs) have snubbed authorities’ request to furnish details of their assets and financial accounts.

The memorandum of understanding (MoU) agreed between the government and international lenders – the troika – specifically provides for a stock-taking of state-owned enterprises, in order to consider the possibility of privatising them to raise cash.

Local media yesterday suggested the mere request for information had laid bare the AKEL government’s insistence that it would not touch SGOs despite pressure from international lenders. However, the same outlets suggested the move was initiated by the finance ministry, but quickly quashed by the President.

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‘Cyprus bailout decision needed soon’

CYPRUS’ debt crisis risks spreading to other eurozone countries, the head of the eurozone’s bailout fund said in a newspaper interview, urging a rapid decision on aid for the island.

With Italy facing elections in the coming days, it represents a source of uncertainty although the eurozone has the means to cover its borrowing needs, Klaus Regling said in an interview with French daily Le Figaro.

Eurozone finance ministers have put off thrashing out an international bailout for Cyprus until next month ahead of a presidential election which culminates with a runoff on Sunday.

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Toddler’s aunt remanded for seven days in kidnap case

A 35-YEAR-OLD woman was yesterday remanded in police custody on suspicion of being involved in last week’s abduction of 18-month-old Stavros Styllis.

The woman, the toddler’s aunt (she is married to his father’s brother) is the subject of an ongoing investigation into child abduction and exposure, and conspiracy to commit a felony. A Limassol court yesterday ordered that she be remanded for seven days.

The woman is the prime suspect in the case; based on forensic evidence, authorities believe she was working with accomplices. Police say that so far she is not cooperating; the woman denies any involvement.

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