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What the papers say today 9 Oct

What the papers say today 9 OctThe several social issues discussed by politicians in parliament session yesterday widely covered the front pages of Turkish Cypriot daily newspapers today.
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The several social issues discussed by politicians in parliament session yesterday widely covered the front pages of Turkish Cypriot daily newspapers today.

Following the Minister of Interior Affairs Aysegul Baybars statements on the unbalance between population and capabilities of social services in North Cyprus, Halkin Sesi newspaper has used Services and population is out of scale headline.

Related with head on crash that left 3 dead and 2 seriously injured on Sunday evening, Afrika newspaper has used State cannot collect debt worth 82 Million by quoting the criticism of General Secretary of Turkish Cypriot Teachers Union Sener Elcil on Minister of Transportation Atakan. Atakan in his earlier statement said that the revenues originated from the speed camares have been allocating for the salaries of the workers rather than maintenance of the road projects.

Apart from Afrika newspaper, Kibris newspaper preferred to touch upon the fraud attempt in Turkey that Turkish press reports indicated a connection with North Cyprus. Asking in their headline Who is the Cypriot connection of 10 Million worth hit, the paper drew attention to the rise of the fraud activities in North Cyprus.

With the headline of Comers are not leaving Havadis newspaper focused on the unregistered population by providing information from the police reports. Havadis newspaper shared the information that 894 unregistered person have been detected in last 9 months in North Cyprus.

In the same line with Halkin Sesi newspaper, Yeniduzen newspaper also preffered to scrutinized Minister of Interior Affiars Baybars statements particularly on new modifications on Citizenship Law. Using the headline of Proposition of Kota in Citizenship Law, Yeniduzen newspaper underlined the proposition of CTP MP Dogus Derya who opened the discussion in the Assemby session on Tuesday.

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