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Gathering at the federal bank of Cyprus as banks in the country stay closed at least until Thursday.
Our rich -- -- live from Cyprus with the very latest rich.
Well Dennis is the latest rounds of protests here more -- answered questions more -- here in a real sense concerned about.
What exactly is gonna happen over the next 48 hours take a look at some of the questions that we've been asking and have yet to be answered by the -- government or really any officials here first -- The unknown amount of money either contained in the banks that they're resolving this -- real question marks as to whether Russians bailed out all their cash before these problems really got under way.
It's unclear as far as the capital rules at the Cyprus government wants to put in place and a haircut -- for those uninsured deposits.
-- capital controls the government says will be in place for a short while but they're giving no specifics and on top of that.
The banks are supposed to be open today except for the two largest.
None are open today they're supposed to open there is have you talked to plenty of folks around here and are really buying -- -- are gonna be open.
On Thursday then back to the protest this morning more than a thousand students at the streets.
Ended up at the parliament building protesting what they say was the Cyprus government giving away their future and they say when it comes to the bailout negotiations the bailout talks.
They're fed up.
There again strike that boosts.
Because it's got a -- bad things inside presence -- floor of the government that does not not do anything for this.
And we are here is sold them the -- we can't Ronald futurity their mistakes.
Is our future and yet they are angry about it hadn't -- Yeah tomorrow's.
-- Because -- -- something that shows us the government doesn't care about us.
Beside the passion beside the anxiety all the negative -- that we've got -- services you've been here.
There's also a little sense of apathy here about the bank's opening some folks say look I don't have that much money in the bank a model that worried about it we think our deposits in guarantee we've been going through this for awhile.
They're more concerned about the long term economic future of this country would they say the conditions have made worse the conditions -- that bail out that they signed with the EU and -- and a back to you.
But yet the headlines out of Cyprus getting worldwide attention from markets perspective rich -- thank you very much -- that live report from Cyprus the quest.
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