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Archives April 26, 2013 posted by


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Archives March 29, 2013 posted by

All calm as banks open their doors


THE FEARED stampede on banks when they reopened yesterday after two weeks of crisis never materialised with queues remaining moderate and the public waiting calmly and patiently for up to an hour to enter the guarded premises.

Long queues formed early although the banks were not due to open until noon but by early afternoon the queues were gone. The banks closed at 6pm with not a single incident reported islandwide. 

Private security at each branch were only allowing up to five people inside the banks at a time and early on, priority was being given to the elderly. 

Bank staff turned up for work early as cash was delivered by armoured trucks. 

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Archives March 14, 2013 posted by

Momentum grows for Cyprus deal

THE EUROZONE’S 17 finance ministers will meet in Brussels tomorrow after an EU leaders’ summit to discuss Cyprus’ financial bailout, officials said yesterday, signalling growing momentum for a deal.
The meeting, which follows a mission by the troika of international lenders to Cyprus, raised expectations that the eurozone was close to sealing a package of aid that the island asked for last June.
“Friday 5pm (1600 GMT) extra Eurogroup on Cyprus,” Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who chairs the meetings, said on his official Twitter feed.
“The expectation is that the Eurogroup will discuss the outlines of the aid programme,” he said separately in a letter to the Dutch parliament.

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Archives March 8, 2013 posted by

Government clarifies there will be no haircut


THE government yesterday made it clear to international lenders that a haircut on bank deposits was not up for discussion, as the two sides disagree on the matter of debt sustainability.

Nicosia has also rejected an increase in the island’s corporate tax.

The two issues were raised by international lenders during a meeting with President Nicos Anastasiades.

“The President of the Republic reiterated the government’s determination to proceed with the conclusion of the loan agreement as swiftly as possible,” Finance Minister Michalis Sarris said after the meeting. 

At the same time Anastasiades repeated which issues were not up for discussion, the minister said.

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Archives February 27, 2013 posted by


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Archives February 22, 2013 posted by


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Archives January 15, 2013 posted by

Candidate focus on financial woes

The first televised live presidential debate for next month’s elections took place yesterday with the three main contenders focusing on the economy and the responsibilities that a future administration will have to shoulder in the wake of the long-awaited bailout agreement and a forthcoming time of austerity.
Inevitably much of the debate dealt with the banks, the troika and the financial crisis in general, but each candidate was quizzed on topics specific to their candidacies.
AKEL-backed Stavros Malas, who also served as health minister for the current administration, was repeatedly asked to justify the government’s handling of the economy.

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Archives May 15, 2012 posted by

Christofias bows out


President Demetris Christofias yesterday became the first president in the history of the republic to not to seek a second term when he formally announced he would not stand in the presidential elections next February.

In an address to the public, Christofias cited the lack of progress in finding a solution to the Cyprus problem, which he blamed on Turkey and current Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu. He said the failure meant he would stick to his pre-election pledge to stand down if he failed to find a solution to the Cyprus problem.

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Archives April 12, 2012 posted by

AG says drivers were pardoned due to initial mistake by police


THE ATTORNEY-general yesterday denied a critical report that President Demetris Christofias had pardoned two people who had committed traffic violations, suggesting that better due diligence should be carried out to avoid giving the wrong impression.

The denial concerns a report in daily Politis, which said yesterday that Christofias had pardoned two drivers who had been penalised by the courts for traffic violations.

One case concerned a man who was fined €250 and had two penalty points added to his licence and the other of a driver who had been fined €200, Politis said.

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