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Parties and candidates continue their pre-election activity at a steady pace, with party and election staffs slowly turning on their engines and preparing for the climax of the battle after the summer. At this stage, the candidates intensify the contacts and the dialogue with the organized ensembles, recording their views but also conveying their positions and concerns.
Averof Neophytou continues his daily contacts and interventions, while the leadership of AKEL is on its way to the base. Nikos Christodoulidis paid his first public visit as a candidate yesterday. In DIKO, as well as in EDEK, the contacts with candidates for the Presidency of the Republic begin, with Marinos Sizopoulos welcoming Andreas Mavrogiannis on Monday and the Secretariat of DIKO meeting with Achilleas Dimitriadis on Tuesday. According to information, Marios Iliadis also requested a meeting with DIKO, while a meeting with Nikos Christodoulidis will follow in the coming days. The meeting with the former Minister of Foreign Affairs will be of particular importance as DIKO party circles estimate that it may be the meeting with which the support for his candidacy will be locked. At this meeting, a fire observation may be made for a common framework of positions which will facilitate the coexistence of the two sides.
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The president of DISY, Averof Neophytou, intervened yesterday in the issue of banks, noting that what is happening in the labor banking sector, should concern the banks themselves. “Banks are not just another business. This sector should not be forgotten, it was supported and recovered with the sacrifices of depositors, securities holders, shareholders and all Cypriot taxpayers. “Banks have a very serious social responsibility and they should not forget it,” he said. & Nbsp;
The secretary general of AKEL Stefanos Stefanou visited yesterday the Department of Forests, which, as he stated in his statements, has many needs. “It is understaffed and should be staffed and equipped with new and more technical means. “It needs to be further strengthened to be able to cope with the important tasks it has and to be able to meet the important needs that exist,” he said, adding that “we must always be supplied and not diligent. Every time a fire breaks out, after we face the evil, the state and the Department of Forests should not come to the Parliament to discuss what it should have and did not have. “The Department of Forests must always be adequately staffed and equipped,” he said.
Nikos Christodoulidis chose to start his pre-election campaign from Agia Skepi. According to the press release of the candidate's staff, Mr. Christodoulidis spoke with the management and officials of the therapeutic community, but also with guests who are currently in the treatment stage.
In his statements, Mr. Christodoulidis stated that he consciously chose his first visit after the announcement of his candidacy to be the therapeutic community of Agia Skepi, as it appears from his dialogue with the society so far that there is intense concern regarding the problems. created by dependencies. “I am impressed with what I saw, with everything that is happening. “I had the opportunity to talk to children who are hosted in the therapeutic community”, said Mr. Christodoudidis, adding that it is very important for the state to further support such initiatives.
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Konstantinos Christofidis is also preparing for the announcement of his candidacy. According to an announcement by the “New Wave”, the announcement will be made on Sunday, May 29, at the Pallas Cinema in Nicosia, as part of the Movement & nbsp; conference. The conference will present, as mentioned in the announcement, its policy proposal to the citizens, for the “other Cyprus”. It will start at 10:30 in the morning and will end at 1:00 pm & nbsp;
to make substantial reforms in the field of Justice which will ensure both the rapid delivery of Justice and its quality. “To this end, it is necessary to establish: & nbsp;
a) a special procedure for the speedy processing of late cases.
b) implementation of electronic systems to support the administration of justice.
< "c) out-of-court procedure for the speedy processing of simple cases", it is reported.