UK working for Cyprus solution

UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly said that his government would continue working to resolve the Cyprus problem quickly. Cleverly addressed a traditional event to welcome the new year organised by the Conservative Friends

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UN sees worsening of political climate

The political climate between the two sides in divided Cyprus has deteriorated, says UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres in his mission of good offices report for June to December. “In the absence

A year of political inertia

The past year hardly put a smile on anyone’s face. Struggling to recover from the Covid-aftermath, Russia invaded Ukraine just as everyone prepared for a year of recovery. Due to the lack

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The folly of Cyprus politics

Liberal democracies thrive only if the parties that make up their political system abide by fundamental liberal principles. Freedom of elections is one of them. But how candidates are selected is a

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A government that keeps on walking

Earlier in the week, President Anastasiades almost admitted he had made mistakes during his 10-year tenure but said his reforms would stand the test of time. He didn’t ponder his political misdemeanours,

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No winner emerges from presidential TV debate

The second debate between the three major presidential candidates, Averof Neophytou, Andreas Mavroyiannis and Nikos Christodoulides, took place with no clear winner. CyBC reporter Andreas Kimitris questioned the candidates while they were

Cypriots have bigger things to worry about

Greek and Turkish Cypriots must set aside their differences and find a solution to the Cyprus problem sooner rather than later, as bigger challenges threaten the island’s existence. Intervening at the Cyprus

Who is your vote going to?

With the next presidential elections just around the corner, there is concern about whom to vote for and which party supports the individual candidates. As the voting system is, it limits the

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