“The problems the country is confronted with cannot be in the hands of only one, and neither will negativity or whatever other intentions contribute towards people understanding actions and initiatives to be taken,” he said.
“Top priority should not be party politics and personal interests, top priority should be the best interests of the country as a whole…a consensus government or one of a wider- approval would be the best way to overcome prevailing political, economic and social problems,” he added.
Anastasiades, whose operation was carried out on December 2, also said he plans to reform the Presidency offices based on models successfully operated in other developed countries.
The ambitious plan is to be announced right after the Holiday season and will be a sign of the state’s determination to reform the whole system. Cyprus has been hit by a number of serious economic scandals over the past year.