Time for lady justice to awake

We are wanton to believe that justice exists to protect the weak from the strong, law-abiding citizens from the rule breakers. An idea of natural justice among us boils to the surface

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A creaky start to the school year

It was back to primary school for children after the gymnasiums and lyceums opened last week, with politicians and wannabe presidential candidates blurting out bright ideas about education reform. This is the

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The black hole of public tenders

Among the difficulties the Republic has, and apart from the unforgiving bureaucracy, there are increasing problems in awarding public tenders for infrastructure and other projects. Each government tries to promote infrastructure projects

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Armenia is not doomed!

“Our historical lands are the Erivan khanate (i.e. Yerevan), the Goycha (i.e. Lake Sevan) and Zangezur (i.e. Syunik) Mahals. The time will come when we will live there. I believe in and

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Fixing political potholes

The new President, who takes office in five months, needs to set some urgent priorities, chief among them the island’s division, the energy crisis and its impact on household incomes. Not to

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Creating affordable rents

There is a good initiative by the Cyprus Land Development Corporation (CLDC) to offer residential properties for rent at affordable levels. The announcement by this public organisation and others (i.e., Limassol Municipality)

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Zombie government and private jets

If we are lucky enough, we might spot the zombie government slowly waking up from its summer hibernation combined with effortless inertia to leave the country on auto-pilot. It seems to be

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