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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby Oceanside50 » Sun May 05, 2013 10:28 pm

CBBB wrote:
Lordo wrote:
CBBB wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:Where exactly did we claim that? we do not have th advanatages of recognition and the EU as you do, big difference Mr.

CBBB wrote:So you admit you are deeper in the human waste than we are.



Your economy has takrn the biggest nose dive in its history and you are more worried about us, thats nice but really you should save yourselves first before helping others.


Don't worry, we will save ourselves before helping those that unilaterally declared independence from the RoC, so therefore have no rights over our natural resources.

PS I fixed the quotes for you! :roll:

bad luck you did not recognise the trnc so 30% of resources belongs to the tcs. now we have the collecting agent ready to recover.





try stopping them.


Please explain your logic, as your are "independent" your supposed EEZ is nowhere near our gas fields?



Their "supposed" nothing, the ROC has rights to all oil/gas fields, from the shores of Kyrenia around Apostolo Andreas down to Famagusta, Larnaca, Limassol,Paphos, Morphou and here in Kato Pyrgos....an illegal entity has no rights whatsoever
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Jul 29, 2013 1:14 am

...more reforms (i think good news),

He further said that the new measure has been developed in consultation with Cyprus’ international lenders (the Troika) and will be implemented in June 2014, following a dialogue with the social partners.

Furthermore, he said that the Guaranteed Minimum Income will be provided to thousands of citizens who are not covered so far by the existing welfare system and do not receive any substantial help from the state, such as unemployed graduates of colleges and universities, those who have a very low income and self-employed persons who became unemployed.

President Anastasiades has announced reforms to the state’s welfare system, which he says will give the right to an adequate standard of living for all citizens


http://famagusta-gazette.com/cyprus-loo ... 110-69.htm
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