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In today’s episode, the British bases, comprising three per cent of the island’s territory, will allow for the construction of houses, shops, restaurants and light industrial facilities while third-country nationals will also be able to live and establish businesses in non-military areas of the bases.

Elsewhere, Akel general secretary Stefanos Stefanou rebutted claims that their candidate for president Andreas Mavroyiannis was a lackey of the Anastasiades government.

In other news, diseases of the circulatory system remained the top cause of death in 2020, while Covid-19 accounted for two per cent of all recorded fatalities, according to data released by the health ministry.

All this and more in the Cyprus Beat briefing brought to you by the Cyprus Mail.

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