TRNC government to introduce Amnesty soon, and will lift Sunday curfew if cases remain low

Amnesty will be introduced for those living illegally in the country and if the Covid-19 cases in the TRNC remain low and do not increase, the every Sunday curfew will be lifted by next Sunday, said Prime Minister Ersan Saner on Tuesday.

Saner made the announcement in a statement after the Council of Ministers meeting on Tuesday.

Saner said the Higher Committee for Infectious Diseases will make a decision on the matter on Thrsday.

In other news, the Council of Ministers announced that they have decided to make a decision on the immigration amendment bill to be discussed in the Parliament in order to approve amnesty for those whose immigration permit, work permit and student permit or tourist visa have expired.

Saner said that the decision was taken urgently due to the number of people in the country who are victims of this issue

Accordingly, if the draft law becomes legal, anyone who is invalid in the country will be able to benefit from the amnesty provided that they pay 1 month minimum wage.

Those who are in the country without student permit, resident permit, and those who left the country and are not able to come back will be able to benefit from the amnesty by paying 1 month minimum wage when entering the country.

Those who were deported from the country due to their unauthorized residence or working illegally without a work permit can enter the country by applying to the consulate or representative offices abroad and paying 1 month minimum wage. 

Once the amnesty law is legalized, those who want to benefit from amnesty will be able to apply within 90 days.

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