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Protest on Friday in occupied Nicosia against the “government”

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    Turkish Cypriots are taking to the streets

    We are waiting for everyone who says “Enough is enough”, this will be the beginning, said the General Secretary of the guild of T/c of ​​teachers, Burak Mavis on behalf of the organizers of tomorrow's protest march of 32 organizations, unions and political parties in occupied Nicosia. They will demand, he said, the resignation of the “government”.

    At a press conference on Thursday morning, Mr Mavis said their aim was to draw attention to “societal problems” and to declare their support for a DDO on the Cyprus issue. The march will start tomorrow at 18.00 at a central point of Derebogiou in occupied Nicosia and will end at the “parliament”. Mr. Mavis said that the electricity is cut off for citizens who owe more than 675 TL to the “electricity authority” but the “state” made payment facilities and reduced the interest for the 56 million TL owed by the company that manages the “airport » of the occupied Tymbou. Tomorrow, he said, they will also protest against the “electricity principle”.

    He spoke of an attempt to cover up the scandal with the fake diplomas and noted that while the “country” needs schools, hospitals, shortages of teachers and medical staff, hundreds of millions are being spent on the new “presidential complex”.

    He said they would protest against the lack of population and “citizenship” policies, the failure to provide health services to citizens and tax injustice.


    Noting that they will call on the “government” to resign, he stated that the Turkish Cypriot “people” are trapped, but the will for a solution continues and one of the goals of the march is to emphasize the will for a solution.

    < p>We will overcome our common opposition to the regime and the order that is being created, said the president of the Turkish teachers' union, Selma Aylem, saying that they will continue their fight for a “clean society” and a federal solution.< /p>

    Source: cyprustimes.com

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