North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 23rd July 2022

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 23rd July 2022The main North Cyprus News on the front page of Cyprus Today on 23rd July 2022 says that corruption is on the rise in North Cyprus. Unfortunately, the article has nothing to compare with leaving you to believe the nothing has therefore changed.


‘CORRUPTION ON THE RISE’ – CORRUPTION is viewed as a major problem by 88 per cent of people in North Cyprus, according to the results of a survey released this week. The survey, known as the “North Cyprus Corruption Barometer”, quizzed a total of 1,000 people about their views on corruption in this country. It was carried out by Dr Sertaç Sonan and Prof Dr Ömer Gökçekuş, and represents the “past experiences and current views of ordinary people on the street in North Cyprus regarding bribery and corruption”.

Hospital on standby as Covid-19 cases rise – A SECTION of the Emergency Hospital in Lefkoşa has been emptied and readied for use to treat Covid-19 patients again if cases and hospitalisations continue to rise, Health Minister İzlem Gürçağ Altuğra has said.

Ministry gives dirty beaches the all-clear – THE government now claims that the sea at İskele Long Beach is completely safe to swim in after releasing new figures on the quality of bathing waters in the country. After public outrage had followed the release of figures which showed that the rate of dangerous bacteria including E. coli and enterococci – both of which are commonly found in human faeces – was many times that which is considered safe for humans, as previously reported in Cyprus Today, the government acted quickly to release updated figures.

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