Justice Minister Emily Yiolitis blasted MPs after parliament rejected a series of bills she submitted to reform a dysfunctional Cyprus justice system, accusing Opposition parties of acting in their own interest. The
Justice Minister Emily Yiolitis urged MPs to approve a series of justice reform bills submitted to parliament to avoid Cyprus being tarnished with an ultra-slow legal system. “The justice reform is an
Justice Minister Emily Yiolitis on Wednesday submitted bills to speed up the Cyprus Justice system, urging MPs to vote them in before the House dissolves ahead of the parliamentary elections on 30
It took a veteran politician with 40 years of public service, nearing the end of his second administration, to realise there’s a problem with corruption in Cyprus. Perhaps, the President took a
Justice Minister Emily Yiolitis took to social media to praise the Attorney General’s decision to suspend prosecution against a working mother who was arrested for leaving her three children at home alone.
The delays in the Cyprus justice system is well known and “accepted” by everybody. Cyprus Court delays are next to the bottom with Zimbabwe that shows what a mess we are in.
Justice Minister Emily Yiolitis is eager to see legal system reform make headway, as she urged MPs on Wednesday to establish a working group with the Cyprus Bar Association to discuss the
New Attorney General George Savvides and his deputy Savvas Angelides took on their posts Monday tasked with restoring the reputation of the justice system. The duo now head Cyprus’ legal services after
New Justice and Defence Ministers, Emily Yiolitis and Charalambos Petrides respectively, got to work on Monday after being sworn in at the Presidential Palace. Yiolitis and Petrides took over from outgoing ministers
Cyprus is contemplating reopening courts with the help of technology which will, in turn, speed up the COVID-19 backlog, said Justice Minister George Savvides. How to get the justice system back on