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Anastasiades forced to seek Georghadji out of office (Update-2)

President Anastasiades during his meeting with Attorney General Costas Klerides

By Stelios Orphanides

Chrystalla Georghadji is under mounting political pressure to step down as governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC), less than a year after she took office, making a new rift between Cyprus and the European Central Bank likely.

President Nicos Anastasiades who met earlier today with leaders of the political parties, is scheduled to meet the non-executive members of the central bank’s board of directors at 6pm today followed by meeting with the two executive members of the board, George Syrichas and Stelios Kiliaris. Kiliaris set in motion the chain of events last Thursday, when he said he was resigning and launched a broadside against Geroghadji.

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