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THE HEALTH ministry is offering psychological support to those dealing with anxiety and depression because of the financial crisis and is due to launch a round-the-clock psychological support hotline.“The population of Cyprus will have to immediately adjust to a new financial reality. The experience of other countries that have dealt with similar problems, with the most recent and closest to our own situation being that of Greece, has shown there will be consequences in the physical and mental health of the people,” a health ministry official Olga Kalakouta said yesterday during a conference on World Health Day. ... 6 comments
THE three-man Committee of Inquiry into whether there were civil, political or criminal responsibilities attached to the near- bankruptcy of the economy, were sworn in yesterday by President Nicos Anastasiades.The committee comprises Giorgos Pikis, a former Supreme Court judge and former member of the International Court of Justice in The Hague, and former Supreme Court judges Panayiotis Kallis and Yiannakis Constantinides.The Cabinet appointed the committee on March 28, just days after a harsh bailout deal was reached with Cyprus’ international lenders, the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Central Bank (ECB)... 8 comments