What the papers say Oct 22
The trial of Businessman Bulut Akacan and his security guards has been used at the front page of Kibris newspaper on Tuesday. Paper has carried out the criticisms of defence lawyer about the suspects offences and quoted judge’s response as a headline “Akacan gave instructions to attack” in their front page. Kibris newspaper also highlighted CMIRS survey concerning the upcoming Presidential election. The survey revelead that Mustafa Akinci, Tufan Erhürman, Ođuzhan Hasipođlu and Serdar Denktaţ as the leading candidates according to the survey.
Focusing on the parliament session on Monday, Yeniduzen newspaper preffered to touch upon the proposed amendments on new casino licenses. Highlighting “Towards to Limitless casinos” headline, paper underlined the criticisms of leader of Republican Turkish Party (CTP) Erhurman on the issue. Erhurman stated in the parliament session that the new amendments proposed has not included any right for rejection for the new casino licenses.
In Havadis newspaper front page, the readers came across with the detailed interview with CTP MP Dođus Derya. Using the headline “Laughing Away” Havadis newspaper provided information about the life of Derya. The interview also underlined the MP Derya’s state of mind in the face of severe criticisms from nationalist fronts.
The recent decision of Supreme Adminstrative Court about a request of appeal for the property in Varosha explored in Kibris Postasi front page on Tuesday. With the title “Decision made Greek Cypriot and Evkaf Administration happy”, paper underlined that despite the Supreme Court has rejected the request of Mr.Ioannou, the points added in justified decision has considered as constructive by the lawyer of Mr.Ioannou. The news report also reflected Chairman of Evkaf Mr.Benter positive remarks about the decision. Paper also gave place to discussions over new casino licenses in their front page.Yeni Bakis newspaper has touched upon the complaints of the Chairman of Association of Animal Husbandry Mustafa Naimoglularý with the headline “Only words and no action” on Tuesday. Giving voice to the complaints of Mr. Naimoglullarý, paper has reflected the several problems on the husbandry sector in N.Cyprus.