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Re: The Powerless Regime of "TRNC"

Postby bill cobbett » Fri Feb 15, 2013 7:41 pm

You'll need to get the candles in Blobbo...

... cos according to various reports in the press of the Occupied Areas, the Electrical Generation Company will run out of fuel oil for its power plants within 20 days.

The Electrical Workers Union, EL-SEN, are saying that there is no money to buy the fuel cos the Powerless Regime's "ministry" of mis-finance still hasn't paid some 143 Million TL for the outstanding electrical bills of various "state" organs including brt (baycrap).
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Re: The Powerless Regime of "TRNC"

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Dec 17, 2015 12:58 am

same old, same old, it seems:
The head of the Turkish Cypriot Electricity Workers Union (EL-SEN) has warned they will cut off the power to local departments and councils if their electricity bills are not paid.

EL-SEN boss Caglayan Cesurer has said that the Turkish Cypriot Finance Office owed over €29 million in unpaid electricity bills, whilst the local councils collectively owed close to €76 million.

Cesurer fired a warning over the unpaid bills and said that board of directors of the electricity board KIB-TEK should act fairly to all their consumers over unpaid bills.

He said public consumers had their power cut and legal action taken against them by KIB-TEK and the same should be implemented for departments and local councils.

Cesurer cautioned that if KIB-TEK did not undertake their legal responsibilities, then the Union would have no choice but to take its own initiative.

Cesurer indicated that KIB-TEK was public property and 50% of the energy is secured for the public was spent on purchasing electricity from the AKSA private electricity station, a company which had not paid one penny in taxes for the past 12 years compared to KIB-TEK who did not owe anything. ... e-cut-off/
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Re: The Powerless Regime of "TRNC"

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 17, 2015 12:23 pm

clearly this is another charlui myth thread. there has not been any fuel shortage in the trnc. if local authorities cannot afford to pay their electricity bill that is because they do not have the money. i wonder if it has anything to do with embargoes. you gcs are really clueless about life in cyprus. when will you furqine wise up some.
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