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Protest planned against building of Larnaca mall

Small shopkeepers’ union Povek on Wednesday called on shopkeepers to take action against the building of a mall in Larnaca.

According to Povek, on January 25 a public hearing will be held to discuss the application by the monastery of Ayios Georgios Kontou to erect a mall next to the army training camp in Larnaca.

The union is holding the hearing before the presidential elections because the issue is so important, the announcement said.

A meeting is also scheduled to take place at the union’s premises in Larnaca at 7.30pm on January 22 where decision-makers will discuss how to coordinate their protests.

The possibility of the construction of two malls, one in Larnaca and one in Aradippou, was reported in March 2017 but no details were announced at the time.

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