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cb november 30

In today’s episode, President Nicos Anastasiades on Tuesday said the government, and the president cannot remain indifferent on claims on corruption, with the anti-corruption authority set to investigate allegations made in books by former presidential adviser Makarios Droushiotis.

The author said in three recently published volumes that corruption was rife across all levels of government.

In other news, the director of the central prisons Anna Aristotelous will meet Anastasiades on Tuesday to discuss “current issues” and clarify any ongoing misunderstandings.

Elsewhere, a four-episode UK series named Love Rat is due to be filmed in Cyprus. The series, produced by Clapperboard Studios and distributed internationally by Entertainment One (eOne), will be shown on Channel 5.

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

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