Turkish-Cypriot


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Turkish-Cypriot

[ˈtɜːkɪʃˈsɪprɪət]
A. ADJturcochipriota
B. Nturcochipriota mf
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Paphos mayor Phedonas Phedonos upped the ante on Thursday, claiming a coterie of politicians and senior civil servants in key positions are implicated in the transfer of Turkish-Cypriot land, in the south, to ineligible persons and companies.
This intrigue includes movers and shakers, those who enjoy [the benefits of using Turkish-Cypriot properties], and they are well-known cadres of various political parties," the outspoken mayor told reporters.
It has been found that many Greek Cypriots who rent Turkish-Cypriot land, at token fees, then sub-lease them at far higher rates.
With Phedonos having let the cat out of the bag, the Cyprus Agricultural Payments Organisation (Capo) publicly conceded on Thursday that some farm subsidies concerning the use of Turkish-Cypriot land may not be above aboard.
It emerged that, up until now, applicants had not been required to also produce a copy of their agreement with the Custodian of Turkish-Cypriot properties, affirming that they were eligible to make use of this category of land, which has special constraints.
The Independent claimed that Greek Cypriot officials had said their Turkish-Cypriot colleagues were more interested in "scoring political points" than looking after the interests of local dairy producers.
The office of the Guardian of Turkish Cypriot Properties was set up as a government body within the Interior Ministry under the Turkish-Cypriot Properties Law in 1991, and acts as the caretaker of properties belonging to Turkish Cypriots "for the duration of the abnormal situation" caused by the Turkish invasion in 1974.