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turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby Lordo » Wed Jan 09, 2013 2:06 am

does anybody know any turkish cypriots living in the south. do they mix socially with the greek cypriots. what kinds of jobs do they have. how is the unemployment situation effecting them.
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Re: turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby bill cobbett » Wed Jan 09, 2013 3:00 am

psst... psst Lordo arkadas, you not worrying too much frend, is plente "tcs". Mane gud jobs bey and wee open mane beseness and the rum gerls thay lov turkeesh sochuk, plentee shaggy shaggy.

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Re: turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby Viewpoint » Wed Jan 09, 2013 9:58 am

Are there any TCs living in the south in the GC administration or any other high ranking job?
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Re: turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby Lordo » Wed Jan 09, 2013 4:00 pm

in the north there is something called kadro which means when a person is employed under kadro rule - they cannot be made redundant from the civil service. the same apply to the south. how may tcs are employed on kadro basis.

the original question remains, if a doctor is a tc and has their qualification from outside greece what do they have to go thorugh for their qualification to be recognised by the roc. would there be a need for a court case for instance.

any statistic on tcs and their level of employment would be inteseting. the unemployment level of tcs in percentage terms when compared with their gc counterpart would make equally good reading.
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Re: turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby Viewpoint » Wed Jan 09, 2013 10:14 pm

Would a university graduate from the TRNC universities be accepted for a post in the GC administration?
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Re: turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby Jerry » Wed Jan 09, 2013 10:23 pm

You have over looked one problem chaps, how many TC professionals speak, read and write Greek?
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Re: turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby Viewpoint » Wed Jan 09, 2013 10:43 pm

Jerry wrote:You have over looked one problem chaps, how many TC professionals speak, read and write Greek?


Greek is not your only official language, that should not be a barrier.
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Re: turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby Jerry » Wed Jan 09, 2013 10:52 pm

Viewpoint wrote:
Jerry wrote:You have over looked one problem chaps, how many TC professionals speak, read and write Greek?


Greek is not your only official language, that should not be a barrier.


So how is a TC doctor going to treat his Greek speaking patients?
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Re: turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby Viewpoint » Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:04 am

Jerry wrote:
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Jerry wrote:You have over looked one problem chaps, how many TC professionals speak, read and write Greek?


Greek is not your only official language, that should not be a barrier.


So how is a TC doctor going to treat his Greek speaking patients?


The same way a Gc doctor treats his Turkish or English speaking patients,
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Re: turkish cypriots living in the south

Postby Lordo » Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:18 am

Jerry wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:
Jerry wrote:You have over looked one problem chaps, how many TC professionals speak, read and write Greek?


Greek is not your only official language, that should not be a barrier.


So how is a TC doctor going to treat his Greek speaking patients?

you dont really understand why a tc would actually move to the south to work. let me put you in the picture. they believe in the roc more than you do. it is not coincidence that they live in the south they choose to. therefore while they are being educated they would learn greek. trust me the language is not an issue. the doctor i am aware was refused on language but on the source of the qualification being germany instead of greece. it seems roc recognises greek qualifications only. in fact she had go to court to get the decision reversed so she could get a job, but unlike her gc counterparts her employment is not protected. i have recently made contact with quite a few tcs who choose to live in the south. this friend of mine has been living there for 3 years has applied for his property to be handed back 3 years ago and is still waiting. living in rented accomodation.

i used yo think we could live together i now realise that the roc has been turned into a greek republic. imposible to reverse. sooner we separate the better for both i am afraid.
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