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Supreme Court of Cyprus deems Foreclosures bills

Supreme Court of Cyprus deems Foreclosures bills

The Cyprus Supreme Court ruled as unconstitutional four bills passed by opposition parties to limit the scope of a law on foreclosures.

The bills, which threatened to derail Cyprus’ bailout adjustment programme, had been referred to the court by President Nicos Anastasiades.

The court’s decision was unanimous.

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