The prime minister of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) said on Friday they would keep encouraging applications to the Immovable Property Commission for continuation of advantage that has been achieved after the European Court of Human Rights recognized the commission as a way of domestic law.
TRNC Prime Minister Irsen Kucuk informed the parliament about the government program.
Kucuk said that his government's program was a continuation of government program of National Unity Party (UBP). "Current conditions, targets, what has been done and what should be done are certain."
"The government will do what it can to boost democratic structure. The government will continue dialogue and cooperation with all political parties in the parliament within the scope of transparency and participation principles," he said.
Economic Coordination Board which was formed during period of the former government would keep working harder, Kucuk said.
Kucuk said his government would continue works on legal and administrative adjustment to EU acquis by taking into account of domestic, economic and social balances as well as financial policies.
"We will attach a great importance to public reform works," he said.
Debates on the government's program will begin on May 24
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