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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 10-03-13

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <http://www.cyna.org.cy>


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  • [01] GOVERNMENT - ECHR RULING

  • [01] GOVERNMENT - ECHR RULING

    The government of the Republic of Cyprus has received a legal opinion from experts on a recent ruling of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on property issues and President Demetris Christofias is planning a meeting to assess the situation, in addition to meetings with political parties, Government Spokesman Stephanos Stephanou has said.

    ``On the ECHR ruling concerning the eight pilot cases of Greek Cypriots relating to their properties in the northern Turkish occupied areas of the Republic, the government has requested and has already received an opinion from an expert,`` Stephanou said.

    He added that ``in order to assess and evaluate the situation, after the ECHR ruling, a meeting is being scheduled under the presidency of the President of the Republic, with the participation of the Law Office and the Presidential Commissioner.``

    ``The President of the Republic will also discuss the ECHR ruling with the political forces. He will also discuss further action on the matter,`` Stephanou said.

    Asked if the government sees any remedies in the opinion, Stephanou noted that, ``as the President of the Republic has recently said, in such cases we must be very careful,`` adding that ``we should await the discussion.``

    He also said that no date has yet been set for the meetings with the political forces, noting that this would happen soon.

    Replying to other questions, Stephanou said that ``we have before us two meetings with the Turkish Cypriot leader, in the context of the bicommunal dialogue,`` adding that ``from thereon we should wait for the necessary procedures, because we need to discuss the whole issue with seriousness.``


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