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In today’s episode, House President Annita Demetriou criticised Education Minister Prodromos Prodromou over sex education in schools’ interference. In other news, MPs discussed a bill to ban LGBTI+ conversion therapy with individuals facing up to three years in jail for carrying out such “pseudo practices.” And petrol stations are set to reduce the price of fuel in the upcoming days, according to the president of the Cyprus Consumers’ Association, Marios Drousiotis.

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