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Power cut threat

Workers trade of electricity of Northern Cyprus, have stated that many public institutions of Kyrenia and Famagusta have large debts for their electricity bills. 70% of the street lights have been turned off, because of the debt of municipalities to electricity supplier Kib-Tek.
The head of the union, Caglayan Cesurer, commented: "We are doing our job. If it is an offense, then we'll continue commit an offence. The electricity of public institutions which have debts should be cut, just like individuals. We should implement equal treatment to all debtors”
Mr. Cesurer also issued a list of major debtors in the areas of Kyrenia and Famagusta
Kyrenia
20 Temmuz Stadium - 14.386 TL
Harbours Department - 210, 478 TL
Department of Social Services - 21.280 TL
Department of Labour - 24.815 TL
Famagusta
Department of Cadastre and titles - 22.282 TRY
Tax Department - 9.082 Turkish Lira
"We will continue to turn off the electricity to municipalities, hotels and institutions who have debts of Kib-Tek" - said Cesurer.

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23.12.2012

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