17 February, 2019


Displaying results 1-30 of 44 matches for query Clerides.

1. Attorney General speaks to Kathimerini

2. Supreme Court President answers questions in Parliament

3. Dead souls

If you are not miserable with no scruples or sold out, you don’t just sit down one day to write an article asking the President of the Supreme Court to resign...

4. Hourican spells it out

5. Attorney General appeals acquittal of former Bank of Cyprus CEOs

6. Council of Europe briefed on Cyprus justice developments

7. Supreme Court President irreparably exposed

8. Bank of Cyprus: Developments create toxic atmosphere

9. Attorney General: Supreme Court wrongly acquitted Bank of Cyprus

10. Supreme Court condemns 'unprovoked' accusations

11. Chryssafinis & Polyviou rejects nepotism allegations

12. Right to dignity

If we agree with Sigmund Freud that “the first requisite of civilization is that of justice” and assume that half of attorney Nicos Clerides’s allegations are true based on his January 11 letter to the Cyprus Bar Association, then you realize that we live in a state where civilization is on a dangerous decline...

13. Supreme Court meets amid allegations

The Supreme Court is scrambling to address bombshell allegations of bias and special interests, while the government says it does not want to interfere out of respect of separation of powers...

14. Relations of Injustice: Nepotism in Supreme Court

15. Attorney asked to prove bombshell allegations

Attorney Nicos Clerides is being asked to show proof in writing of allegations he made last month regarding children of Supreme Court judges and special interests...

16. Explain this to an outsider

Andreas Paraschos writes about the state of impunity in Cyprus, where private citizens, the media, and politicians all beat around the bush on issues of impunity that are spectacularly clear to outsiders...

17. Shell companies ''This is over, its finished''

18. Former Cyprus Cooperative Bank boss under criminal investigation

19. Court overrules itself in police leak trial

The judge in the trial of former deputy police chief Andreas Kyriacou, who is being accused of leaking confidential documents in Ayia Napa mob killings, has ruled that the trial can go forward in a decision that went up against his earlier ruling...

20. Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP choice unconstitutional

21. Cyprus lays down wild card in Browder case

Cyprus says state authorities won’t hand over information on Bill Browder’s companies to Russia, despite a court ruling giving the green light amid international pressure...

22. Institutions are testing the resilience of Cypriot society

23. Government scrambles to counter teacher strike

The government is putting together measures to minimise the impact of next week’s teacher strike, with the education minister saying he is willing to pick things up with the unions from where they were left off at the last handshake...

24. AG disagrees with former banker’s acquittal

Attorney General Costas Clerides disapproves of the acquittal of former banker Andreas Eliades, saying cases involving the collapse of the credit and financial system are “difficult and complicated...

25. Cyprus argues British Military Bases in Cyprus violate UN Charter

26. Nicosia seeks legal input in Browder case

Nicosia has to make a final decision on whether authorities can legally cooperate with Russia in the Browder case, following a court ruling in early August opened the door for judicial assistance...

27. Browder attorney in Cyprus rests his case

Bill Browder’s attorney in Cyprus says the government and justice minister are complying with a request for judicial assistance in order to keep Russia happy...

28. Browder case in Cyprus pushed back another week

The Bill Browder case had been pushed back for another week due to a scheduling conflict with his defence attorney, with a Nicosia judge setting a new hearing date for July 18...

29. AG names investigators to comb though co-op

A former judge, an economist, and a banker will make up the executive committee that will investigate any suspicious dealings that took place in the troubled Cypriot co-op...

30. Former judge points fingers at the establishment

Former ECHR judge Loukis Loucaides says police abuse and corruption are part of a systemic problem in Cyprus that cannot change until those at the top who hold political office stand up and follow the letter of the law...