The foreclosure row rumbles on as the latest episode in the saga played out when parliament voted against two non-government bills regarding the rights of borrowers defaulting on their mortgage. At the
Finance Minister Makis Keravnos will present to legislators on Monday a government package of seven proposals to address the issue of foreclosures to block a bill that gives borrowers rights to appeal decisions.
The House Human Rights is reviewing legislation to clamp down on Cypriot children’s addiction to gambling, which has become rampant, according to surveys and experts. Cypriot school kids hold an EU record
Cypriot MPs are confident their latest compromise on reduced VAT for smaller first homes will convince Brussels to waive an infringement process launched against Cyprus. In comments to the Financial Mirror, the
MPs are seeking a compromise on the thorny issue of reduced VAT for first homes, under pressure to beat the 8 June deadline of introducing legislation to harmonise Cyprus’ laws with the
Attorney General George Savvides has accused MPs of dragging their feet in approving a bill that would clamp down on fake news and threats on social media. Appearing before the House last
Cyprus’ parliament opened an inquiry into the development of spyware on the island after a draft European Parliament committee investigation report said it was an important export hub for the surveillance industry.
The much-awaited liberalisation of Cyprus’ energy market has been slotted for mid-2023, as the government informed the House it is adding the final touches to the regulatory framework. The Transport Ministry told
MPs seek a compromise on reduced VAT for first homes after the European Commission initiated infringement proceedings against Cyprus over the discount. Green MP Stavros Papadouris has tabled a bill that sees
The saga of Cyprus’ defunct Citizenship for Investment scheme is again on the House agenda, following the Auditor General’s report that €220 mln was lost due to a possible criminal lack of