Something is rotten in the state of Cyprus

The fallout from Emily Yiolitis’ resignation as Justice Minister and her “take no prisoners” letter, accusing President Anastasiades of undermining her work, will reverberate and impact next week’s anticipated cabinet reshuffle. According

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Woman Speaker is what politics needs

The mainstream political parties have not learned from the lessons of recent elections, whereby 34% of the electorate abstained in disgust, the fallout from ongoing scandals, corruption, and abuse of public trust.

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False dawn for the jobless

The government announced this week it would go green, invest more in a cyclical economy, create 11,000 new jobs, and inject more than €4 bln in the stimulus package. As ambitious and

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DISY’s election scapegoats

To recover from the meltdown in public support the government faces, the Democratic Rally (DISY) has decided to disassociate itself from the Anastasiades administration to win back disgruntled voters ahead of the

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Armenian genocide remembered

April 24 marks the day when a growing number of nations and their people acknowledge the massacre of 1.5 mln Armenians in 1915 as being an act of Genocide. Worldwide, it is

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