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Police association chairman resigns

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Cyprus Police Association chairman Kyriakos Charalambous resigned with immediate effect on Thursday.

In his resignation letter, he cited “personal issues” and increased professional obligations as reasons for his stepping down from the role.

He said that when he assumed the position seven years ago, he had set “three clear goals” which “may have seemed impossible”.

Despite this, he said, “they were achieved with effort and countless hours of work.”

Those achievements, he said, include the harmonisation of police hours with the public service and a pension plan for officers who were not covered in the past.

He urged association members to “stay united” so they can continue to serve the association and the police force, “both guarding and strengthening them”, and added that he will always be by their side.

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