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Propose and discuss specific solutions to aspects of the Cyprus Problem

Postby mem101 » Mon Apr 30, 2007 2:51 am

Observer your idea goes hand in hand with a thread I started in here not long ago. I personally believe it is the most realistic long term solution. With some adjustments reunification may be acheivable through these steps at some point in the future.

Kikapu, I'm sure your figures are wrong. The figures I have are 70% of the TRNC population has the right to vote (I assume these would be the people who voted in the polls). Of these, 67% are full TC, 7% have 1 TC parent and the remaining 26% fall under neither of these categories (but just because they fall under neither category does not necessarily mean that they should be immediately discredited). Also note that of the entire population of TRNC 47% are full TC and 5% have 1 TC parent = 52% of population is "true" TC i.e. much more than 30%.
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Postby zan » Mon Apr 30, 2007 9:28 am

Has anyone got the figures for the voters in the south as to who is a real GC and who is not so we can compare. :wink:
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