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The theiving regime of the "TRNC" wont pay, cant pay....

Postby Maximus » Tue Jul 07, 2015 6:23 pm

According to Turkish Cypriot daily Havadis on Tuesday, the IPC is broke and owes £94m sterling to Greek Cypriot property owners. The commission has paid out some €200m to date but has run out of funding from Turkey, which has been providing all of the cash so far.

Murat Metin Hakki, the lawyer for the unnamed Greek Cypriot, told Havadis that Turkey insists the Turkish Cypriot who was allocated the Greek Cypriot’s property should pay. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: He said the problems in the commission started when Turkey stopped funding it some time ago.

In the particular case, the IPC had approved the money for the Greek Cypriot refugee but then failed to stump up. Hakki filed suit to confiscate the vehicles of Turkish Cypriot ‘ministers’, and on Monday bailiffs were sent to take the vehicles used by the ‘ministries’ of finance and agriculture. :lol:

Just send the bailiffs to return the illegally stolen property to the original Greek Cypriot owner..... :roll:
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Re: The theiving regime of the "TRNC" wont pay, cant pay....

Postby Nikitas » Tue Jul 07, 2015 11:33 pm

Interesting that in the midst of talks they throw the ball to the present occupier. I wonder if that is a message to the current occupiers of how things might go if the solution comes. Presumably if the occupier has no money he will use the property as collateral at the bank, thus making the bankers major stake holders and the population will work to pay them off for years to come.
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Re: The theiving regime of the "TRNC" wont pay, cant pay....

Postby Jerry » Tue Jul 07, 2015 11:41 pm

Turkey has offered to help Greece out so it's given up funding the "trnc" :lol:
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Re: The theiving regime of the "TRNC" wont pay, cant pay....

Postby Sotos » Wed Jul 08, 2015 12:40 am

Nikitas wrote:Interesting that in the midst of talks they throw the ball to the present occupier. I wonder if that is a message to the current occupiers of how things might go if the solution comes. Presumably if the occupier has no money he will use the property as collateral at the bank, thus making the bankers major stake holders and the population will work to pay them off for years to come.


How was it with the Annan plan? From what I remember Turkey was off the hook, current occupier was off the hook and who was supposed to pay was the Cypriot state... which would be funded by 90% by the GC taxpayers! So basically we would be buying homes and properties as gifts to the TC thieves and Turkish Settlers! Imagine how many more billions of debt we would have today if we had accepted the Annan plan!!
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Postby Get Real! » Wed Jul 08, 2015 12:58 am

It was a fucking joke from the start and I'm glad 99.9% of our refugee compatriots completely ignored them.

As for the few who applied to this criminal puppet organisation... in your face fool! :lol:
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Postby Get Real! » Wed Jul 08, 2015 12:59 am

Jerry wrote:Turkey has offered to help Greece out so it's given up funding the "trnc" :lol:

It goes to show that Turkey is talking shit 24/7! :lol:
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Re: The theiving regime of the "TRNC" wont pay, cant pay....

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Jul 08, 2015 4:57 am

...isn't the foundation of the IPC, the admission of (civil) guilt by Turkey, by taking blame, providing the local remedy?

In essence by not paying, it is an admission that the property belongs to the property owner, that the facts on the ground include the recognition that the use of the land must be paid in any case.

Turkey has abandoned those in Cyprus, "Turkish" enough, "their" land will not be secured, and thus, nor their "State".

...it is a good sign, cynically speaking because the ECHR will be flooded with the cases that did not get "local remedy" having tried. Without an Agreement, an end to the Problem, soon, i imagine that Turkey's credibility as the "but one" will sink lower in the hearts of those in Cyprus who support (read: Turkey's) the cause of "Turkishness", in Cyprus. I think that Turkey may end her intransigence, soon.
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Re: The theiving regime of the "TRNC" wont pay, cant pay....

Postby Jerry » Wed Jul 08, 2015 3:40 pm

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Postby Lordo » Wed Jul 08, 2015 6:27 pm

you must be rather confused. who stole your land again, tcs was it. where the hell were the terggs to protect you when it was goin on. you people with the exception of a few are the most idiotic deranged brainless incompetent b'stards on earth.
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Re: The theiving regime of the "TRNC" wont pay, cant pay....

Postby Maximus » Wed Jul 08, 2015 6:28 pm

Sotos wrote:
Nikitas wrote:Interesting that in the midst of talks they throw the ball to the present occupier. I wonder if that is a message to the current occupiers of how things might go if the solution comes. Presumably if the occupier has no money he will use the property as collateral at the bank, thus making the bankers major stake holders and the population will work to pay them off for years to come.


How was it with the Annan plan? From what I remember Turkey was off the hook, current occupier was off the hook and who was supposed to pay was the Cypriot state... which would be funded by 90% by the GC taxpayers! So basically we would be buying homes and properties as gifts to the TC thieves and Turkish Settlers! Imagine how many more billions of debt we would have today if we had accepted the Annan plan!!


This is it,

some fools would agree to this madness and even Akinci was saying that the Gc's should be compensated from the gas. What he is basically saying is, lets not offset the existing debt with the gas but you pay for your homes and gift them to us with it instead and we still want our 20%.

it seems to me that the TC's cant survive in Cyprus on their own. They have to either be supported by Turkey and or extort the the GC's by ripping property and shares out of them and a political veto because things will keep going wrong.

That's poor form from a so called "partner"..
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