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Tuesday 14th July 2020
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Moratorium on golf courses

Ecologists have requested the Cyprus government to impose a moratorium on the issue of new licenses for the golf courses.

In their announcement released today, they demanded the “freezing” of the procedures until the adoption of extraordinary measures to deal with the current water supply crisis.

The Ecologists also requested the minimization of the water supply to the existing golf courses, stressing that it is not fair to impose “tough measures on the farmers and consumers at the same time that the land developers enjoy this valuable good”.

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