IPC to Pay 68 Million Pounds Compensation

North Cyprus News - IPC

Prime Minister Ünal Üstel announced that approximately 68 million pounds will be paid for a total of nearly 200 applications that have been concluded with compensation decided by the Immovable Property Commission (IPC) up to the end of 2020 and do not contain disputes, Yeniduzen reports.  Üstel stated that payments of the said compensation amounts […]

Teachers Refused Entry Into Public Building

Teachers protest outside Public Services Commission

The Turkish Cypriot Secondary Education Teachers’ Union (KTOEÖS) and the Turkish Cypriot Teachers’ Union (KTÖS) recently voiced their concerns through a press statement and a sit-in protest in front of the Public Service Commission (KHK). Their main grievance was the lack of appointments and transfers by the Ministry of National Education and Culture and the […]

Calls For Justice Over Earthquake Deaths

Turkey earthquake - isias hotel

The Cyprus Turkish Cultural Association emphasised that the upcoming trial of the Isias Hotel case in Adıyaman on April 26th symbolises a joint struggle to create safe living spaces in the future. In a written statement made by the Board of Directors of the Cyprus Turkish Cultural Association prior to the second hearing of the […]

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