The Commission issued its conclusion which has been left in the drawers of some for the past 2 years, notes SYPRODAT.
The sale of the property of the over-indebted borrowers must stop, the association notes in its announcement and emphasizes that in Cyprus the mentality of covering up those responsible after a holiday prevails.
The Commission issued its conclusion which has been left in the drawers of some for the past 2 years. In Cyprus, the mentality of covering up those responsible after a holiday (that is, after the “meal”) prevails).
The government has frightening responsibilities. Her disparaging attitude is UNACCEPTABLE. In any benevolent country, at least what would have happened would have been RESPONSIBLE for the causes IMMEDIATELY.
Over-indebted borrowers' property sales must stop.
The die is cast. The variegated standard “expressions” are no longer enough: the knife will reach the bone, “it will be cleansed” and various other well-known ones. The Attorney General holds the ball in his hands. The findings of the finding should be used by the Attorney General and the prosecuting authorities with special care and importance. Society REQUIRES the immediate arrest of the few, those who committed crimes and hoarded as the Finding indicates. It is also necessary to open the accounts of all these “gentlemen”, as well as the persons or companies directly or indirectly connected with them.
This at least emerges as a social REQUIREMENT on the part of the citizens in the context of a benevolent state.