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Cyprus Mail: Press Review in English, 99-09-04

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Saturday, September 4, 1999

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THE Greek language press yesterday continued to focus their attention on the brutal murder of an enclaved man in the occupied areas and on the Stock Exchange.

Simerini

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_ said that Stock Exchange arguments had been resolved after differences between brokerages and the exchange's board were mediated by the Finance Minister. The paper said that the advice of the Minister, Takis Klerides, had been accepted by both sides and that they were expected to meet yesterday to formalise the agreement.

Simerini

said that "Turkish propaganda" was trying to present murder victim Stelios Charpas as a smuggler. The paper also reported that government telephonists continued to demand upgraded salary scales and that they had threatened strike action if their demands were not met.

Machi

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_ described the Stock Exchange crisis as "artificial". The paper said that certain stock brokers had told customers there was a crisis so they would not have to accept their business. Offices would only accept instructions to sell stock but not to buy, adding that the action was probably linked to brokersí disagreements with the Stock Exchange board.

The paper also reported on the British "Dog of the Millennium Competition", won by a yellow labrador called Endal. The dog belonged to Alan Parton, who suffered head injuries while serving during the Gulf War. According to the paper, Endal can withdraw money from the bank, shop at the supermarket and open drawers.

Parton and Endal were given £500 sterling and dog food for six months for winning the competition after defeating 3,000 dogs from all over Britain.

Alithia

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_ said there had been political reactions to the Charpas murder. The paper said: "Perhaps for the first time since 1974 the Turkish Cypriot leadership has admitted that an enclaved person was murdered by Turks, a murder which was even characterised as beastly by Rauf Denktash."

Alithia_

_ also reported that a "new scandal" had resulted from architectural plans for the new House being put aside because of archaeological finds being uncovered during construction. The paper said that the plans, worth £1 million, would probably be thrown away.

Politis_

_ said that the agreement unofficially reached at the Stock Exchange had been the result of Presidential Palace pressure on the Stock Exchange board. The board members had threatened mass resignation over the pressure, said the paper, but eventually changed their minds to avoid negative results on the stock market.

Politis_

_ also said that Disy's meeting with President Glafcos Clerides on Thursday had resulted in a lot of behind-doors jokes, sometimes at the expense of United Democrat leader and chief EU negotiator George Vassiliou. The paper also reported on a "secret dinner" at the home of Disy deputy Demetris Syllouris, which is to be attended by 20 former and current Disy members.

The dinner would be taking place on Monday night and would also be attended by political figures from other parties.

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