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Postby iskismet » Fri Sep 10, 2004 7:14 pm

Does anybody know the real reason why Lord Hannay resigned?
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Postby MicAtCyp » Sat Sep 11, 2004 9:09 pm

Iskismet wrote: Does anybody know the real reason why Lord Hannay resigned?


Because of the Bakou-Haifa pipeline or because of that of Mosoul that would continue upto the Dhekelia British Bases in which he and our ex-president Vasiliou invested all their money buying cheap land?

Well bad luck those pipelines are continuously being exploded by "terrorists" they will never manage to bring the stolen oil of the Iragi people down to Israel. Enough oil the Americans and the Israelis got for free from Iran during the Shah era.That's why they are now trying to get it out to the sea from North West Turkey, but again don't be sure, that pipeline will ever get completed.

Anyway the above are just rumors, I am not sure how true they are. If you have any other information lets hear it.
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Postby Bananiot » Sun Sep 12, 2004 7:27 am

Hannay resigned for the same reason De Soto has dropped the cyprob. Simply there is no more ... issue. The cyprob was solved on April 24 as a result of the resounding "no" vote of the GC community. Cyprus has been partitioned and this is it. Hannay and all the UN envoys that have ever been involved in the issue have no role to play. So, they have all gone home. The cyprob is dead and buried just like the A plan.

Has Vasiliou invested all his money in buying cheap land? This can very easily be verified. Even a third rate journalist can do this at no time. However, I do know of a high ranking politician who has bought cheap turkish property but the "patriots" of this holy island are not interested in exposing him and making an issue of this because he is one of them! Vasiliou is a better target. After all, he wanted solution, so he must have had an alterior motive! Long live Samuel Johnson.
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Postby Piratis » Sun Sep 12, 2004 8:21 am

The cyprob was solved on April 24 as a result of the resounding "no" vote of the GC community.


Since this is what you believe then why are you in the "Cyprus problem" forum? Turkey gave you another mission? Maybe now your aim is to help Turkey enter the EU?

After all, he wanted solution, so he must have had an alterior motive!


We want solution. What you and Vasiliou want is partition based on the Annan plan.

This can very easily be verified. Even a third rate journalist can do this at no time.


Well, if what a third rate journalist say is verification, then what MicAtCyp said about Vassiliou is 200% verified.

I do know of a high ranking politician who has bought cheap turkish property but the "patriots" of this holy island are not interested in exposing him and making an issue of this because he is one of them!


How do you know? Or you know in the same way that you know that Papadopoulos got 2% in presidential elections some years ago? (tip: dreams do not provide knowledge). If anybody has done such thing in no way he can be one of us anymore (traitors do not fit among us). So if you have some real info let us know.
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Postby MicAtCyp » Sun Sep 12, 2004 9:51 pm

Well Iskismet what is your version?
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Postby iskismet » Sun Sep 12, 2004 11:35 pm

I asked the question because I am suspicious of the official reason given and I thought someone might have a reasonable answer.
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Postby michalis5354 » Tue Sep 14, 2004 10:49 am

He resigned because his contract ended. I do not know what the intentions of the British authorities are! whether they will replace him or not. I think having known that there is not an official attempt for further negotiations and settlement by UN there is no scope or reason for the British to replace him or renew his contract!
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Postby iskismet » Tue Sep 14, 2004 5:13 pm

I'd heard that the GCs were unhappy with him and asked that his contract was not renewed..

It does seem that he will not be replaced and for the reasons you just gave.
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