It’s time for complete transparency regarding the investment-for-citizenship programme, whereby all former and present beneficiaries should be revealed with names, nationality, back-ground etc. as well as names of all the law offices, companies etc. which assisted each and one of the beneficiaries. The present way of operating in secrecy, is... The post Complete transparency on passport scheme absolutely necessary appeared first on Cyprus ... (Date:10/18/2019 10:18) Read full article >>

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