Daily Headlines of Cyprus Newspapers

Daily Headlines of Cyprus Newspapers

Interior Minister Öztürkler announced that the ‘E-Visa Automation System’ test was started to protect the country’s security and public peace:

Our country will be a winner with e-Visa

The law will be sent to the Cabinet next week… Minister Ziya Öztürkler, who said that all phases of the e-Visa system programs were completed by yesterday and the testing phase began, said, “The final phase of control, which is the implementation of the e-Visa System, has. been completed. Control e-Visa will be on the agenda of our Cabinet next week.


The Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Economy, Finance, Budget and Planning, Resimiye Canaltay, announced that the law on money laundering and the law on credit cards will begin to be discussed in the committee.


will be recorded

A big contribution in money… UBP Deputy Canaltay said, “As a country, we complain about the informal economy and low government revenue. When we pass the law on the proceeds of crime and credit cards, a large financial contribution will be made to the fund,” he said.


Cyprus Alp Cengiz Alp, Member of the Board of the Turkish Chamber of Commerce, said that there was a need for a parliament whose main task is to enact laws and comply with them, and explained the way it went:

We have to change the presidential system.


Minister of National Education Nazım Çavuşoğlu gave a strong response to KTOEÖS President Selma Eylem, who announced that they will continue their protest as long as the Teachers’ (Amendment) Bill is not removed, and Tahir Gökçebel, secretary general of the union, who said. that they will not allow teachers from Turkey to enter the school:

Don’t go over your head!

“The interests of the country are at stake” … Minister of National Education Nazım Çavuşoğlu pointed out that the trade unions that were on strike regarding the changes to the teachers’ law had no discussion about the changes made in the law, and said, “The trade unions consider themselves to be above the law. We stand behind our position, we are clear. We will continue like this. The interests of the country are at stake here, and we will never back down, we will pass the law,” he said.

“Children should not make shields and weapons” … Minister Çavuşoğlu emphasized that the unions misled the teachers and said, “Children should not make shields and guns and point them at us.” This procedure that misleads society, should not be for stubbornness, but to walk in the truth. The action must be done in truth. This confusion which has caused the teacher to strike because of the law, by explaining the problems that existed for a long time, should be left,” he said.

“Exams will be held eventually” … Minister Çavuşoğlu, who also gave a message about the exams that could not be held due to the strikes, said, “We will hold the exams when the actions and strikes are over. The process will continue until the summer, but we will hold the exams. We will not harm the children in any way. They will rob these children of their rights until when? It can never go on like this.”


The mayor of Lapta Alsancak Çamlıbel, Fırat Ataser, is preparing to file a case in the Supreme Administrative Court so that the Mare Monte Beach will be given to an investor and implement public measures in the area:

Mare Monte Beach is for the people

“We will not allow” … Clarifying that by the decision of the Cabinet, the Administration of the Institute and Merit Hotels signed a new 30-year contract for Mare Monte, Ataser said that the public was prevented from using the beach. Ataser noted that they will not allow this.


CTP Deputy Devrim Barçın said that Turkey sent ‘zero TL’ for military use:

Military spending of 500 million TL

It is funded by the Ministry of Finance from internal revenue


The former mayor of Çatalköy Municipality, Mehmet Hulusioğlu and 3 other people were brought before the court on suspicion of kidnapping and beating Emrah Beyazlı.

The former mayor and his men were arrested


Uncle ME, who molested his sister’s 12-year-old son, has been sentenced.

sexually assaulting his nephew

He was sentenced to 5 and a half years in prison


And three models of Honda, Mercedes and Mazda remained in the body shop until morning Nicosia two young people who were roaming the streets in turn were caught by the traffic police

While the cars were left for repair

they walked until morning


In the Coastal Operation carried out by the narcotics teams, the detention of İbrahim Şimşek and Mustafa Aşut, who had 1 kg of drugs in their possession, was extended for 6 days.

1 kilo of cannabis

found during fishing


CYPRUS, today 48 pages with Yasemin’s 16 page addition


Ten numbers were drawn: 4, 9, 12, 22, 27, 28, 29, 31, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 50, 54, 58, 59, 65, 71, 73, 79