Far Right party Elam said on Monday that unknown individuals had smashed the glass windows of its offices in Limassol.
“It seems the national, clear, and honest voice of the National Popular Front (Elam) bothers many people, but they should know that such insidious and abhorrent acts will not muzzle us,” the party said in a statement. “On the contrary, they make us stronger and toughen our faith to continue.”
The party said wondered if any of the other political parties would condemn the attack or whether, just like three months ago during a similar incident, “their selective sensitivity and ideological fixations won’t allow it”.
The party urged the police to resolve the case immediately.
“Terrorism did not silence and will not silence the National Popular Front.”