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What the papers say Jan 13

What the papers say Jan 13

The protest of British and Scottish residents of Greatstone 2 housing in Lapta who find themselves homeless after total 13 properties in the Greatstone 2 purchased by a businessman after an auction carried out to the headline of Kıbrıs newspaper on Monday.

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The protest of British and Scottish residents of Greatstone 2 housing in Lapta who find themselves homeless after total 13 properties in the Greatstone 2 purchased by a businessman after an auction carried out to the headline of Kıbrıs newspaper on Monday.

The news report revealed that the Greatstone 2 housing was built upon servient land by the company and the constructed properties have been put up for sale legally due to the unsettled debts of Greatstone Company.

Using the headline “Britons remained homeless”, the news report emphasized that the British and Scottish landlords of the Greatstone 2 housing found themselves homeless after the auction despite they paid the costs of the homes and completed all the legal requirements.

The unauthorized religion courses organized in Alsancak highlighted by the Yenidüzen newspaper in their headline. Pointing out to the boarding religion courses have been organizing without any verification and confirmation from Ministry of Education, the news report stated that the officials from the Education Ministry have launched an investigation about the matter.

The recent statement delivered by Prime Minister Ersin Tatar about the Mağusa-İskele-Yeniboğaziçi Masterplan carried out to the headline of Havadis on Monday.

In relation with the ongoing discussions on the Master Plan which several opinion leaders argue that the discussions on the plan hold potential to end the coalition government, Premier Tatar remarks arguing the recent version of the plan will not implemented highlighted by the paper on Monday.

In the same line Havadis, Kıbrıs Postası also touched upon the discussions over the Master Plan in their headline. The remarks of Prime Minister Ersin Tatar “This is not an issue to end up coalition government” underlined by Kıbrıs Postası.

In his interview published by Kıbrıs Postası, Prime Minister Ersin Tatar said the recent version of the plan created disturbances in several circles in Turkish Cypriot community and despite the risk of collapse of coalition government, National Unity Party (UBP) will not permit the publication of the plan. The news report also emphasized the statement of Mr.Tatar that he does not expect coalition government to collapse due to the divergent stand of the coalition partners on the issue.   


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