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Details of aid for Pissouri landslide victims

The Interior Ministry has released details of the aid that Pissouri landslide victims, who’ve been forced to leave their homes in the Limnes, Sheromyli, Yiousouphis, Safires, Merika, Kalogeri, Merika, and Roes areas of the village can expect.

Cabinet agrees to help Pissouri landslide victims

The Cabinet has agreed to provide humanitarian assistance to Pissouri residents whose homes have become uninhabitable to the landslide affecting the Limnes, Sheromyli, Yiousouphis, Safires, Merika, Kalogeri, Merika, and Roes areas.

EC asks Cyprus to comply fully with EU law

The European Commission asked Cyprus to fully comply with EU rules designed to protect consumers from unfair contract terms on 25 July, giving Cyprus two months to reply to the arguments raised.

Foreign demand for Cyprus property slumps

Demand for Cyprus property by non-EU nationals has fallen, but it’s unclear whether this is due to the stricter controls imposed by government following criticism by the European Union.

Compromise foreclosures bill passed by MPs

MPs have accepted the presidential veto on changes to the foreclosures law and agreed a compromise proposal to protect vulnerable borrowers enabling them to seek recourse through the financial ombudsman.

Pissouri landslide victims offered no compensation

Interior Minister reported to be angry with British victims of Pissouri landslide for complaining to the Cypriot and British media and offers no compensation to those affected; many homes now unfit for habitation.

Blunt warning on foreclosures law changes

Adjustments to the law on foreclosures could have “significant negative impact” on the Cyprus banking system warns the European Central Bank (ECB) in an email to the Central Bank governor.

Group challenges Limassol high rise towers

The Ipatia Initiative group is taking court action to prevent the construction of the NEO high rise project in Limassol following an independent evaluation of the buildings on their quality of life and the project’s environmental impact.

Minister to visit collapsing Pissouri homes

Interior Minister Constantinos Petrides is due to visit Pissouri on Thursday to view the homes being destroyed by a landslide along with the Limassol District Officer, Director of the Geological Survey Department and Community Board members.

MPs say no to foreclosures veto

Cyprus MPs have voted to reject President Nicos Anastasiades’ veto on changes to the foreclosures legislation designed to freeze repossessions of primary residences until October.

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