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Presidential election 2008 vote

Papadopoulos
7
37%
Christofias
7
37%
Kasoulides
3
16%
Other
0
No votes
Undecided
2
11%
 
Total votes : 19

Presidential election 2008 in Cyprus

Postby Sotos » Mon Jul 16, 2007 2:03 pm

We now know who will be the 3 main candidates for the 2008 elections! What will you vote? This is the latest poll by Phileleftheros.

First Round:
Papadopoulos: 30.8%
Kasoulides: 29.6%
Christofias: 26.3%

Second Round:
Papadopoulos: 47.2%
Kasoulides: 36.6%

Christofias: 41.1%
Papadopoulos: 39.5%

Kasoulides: 39.4%
Christofias: 38.5%
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Postby Exorcist-seeker » Mon Jul 16, 2007 2:47 pm

Tony Blair is available, look at the outstanding job he has done in britain, he would take a country like Cyprus and turn them into 1 of the richest countries in the world, through there economy and territory (via war), He would unite the Greek island with cyprus and drive out the turks!!
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Postby pantheman » Mon Jul 16, 2007 5:41 pm

Exorcist-seeker wrote:Tony Blair is available, look at the outstanding job he has done in britain, he would take a country like Cyprus and turn them into 1 of the richest countries in the world, through there economy and territory (via war), He would unite the Greek island with cyprus and drive out the turks!!


:D :D :D :D :D E_S please for gods sake, my sides are splitting, i can't take anymore :D :D :D :D
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Postby Get Real! » Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:11 pm

Speaking to a Turkish Cypriot on another forum...

The most important thing for TP has always been the loyal citizens of the Republic of Cyprus as it should be. You do not toss a constitution that supports 800,000 people in the air just because Turkey or any other country says so and you do not jeopardize the masses for the sake of a minority whose allegiance is seriously in question.

TP is the most responsible president the Republic of Cyprus has ever had and I sincerely hope that one day your community will also have a leader with similar attributes.

Regards, GR.
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Postby Sotos » Tue Jul 17, 2007 9:16 pm

I think kasoulides will pass for sure in the second round. If in the second round it is Papadopoulos - Kasoulides then Papadopoulos will win easily. If it is Christofias- Kasoulides then it depends!
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Re: Presidential election 2008 in Cyprus

Postby Kikapu » Tue Jul 17, 2007 9:22 pm

Sotos wrote:We now know who will be the 3 main candidates for the 2008 elections! What will you vote? This is the latest poll by Phileleftheros.

First Round:
Papadopoulos: 30.8%
Kasoulides: 29.6%
Christofias: 26.3%

Second Round:
Papadopoulos: 47.2%
Kasoulides: 36.6%

Christofias: 41.1%
Papadopoulos: 39.5%

Kasoulides: 39.4%
Christofias: 38.5%


Sotos,

I really do not follow what stance any of the GC politicians take in Cyprus, regarding when it comes to Unifying the island with the TC's. What percentage would you give to the 3 main candidates as to who would want to see a fair solution.
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Postby Sotos » Tue Jul 17, 2007 9:31 pm

All want fair solution but some want it to be more fair and others would accept less fair. Don't ask me what they would accept because they never say. What we know is that Papadopoulos wants something much more fair than Annan plan. About the other two I don't know! :o
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Postby Kikapu » Tue Jul 17, 2007 9:35 pm

Sotos wrote:All want fair solution but some want it to be more fair and others would accept less fair. Don't ask me what they would accept because they never say. What we know is that Papadopoulos wants something much more fair than Annan plan. About the other two I don't know! :o


Thanks.

I guess we just have to wait and see.

Perhaps I should forward them my "peace plan". :idea:
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Re: Presidential election 2008 in Cyprus

Postby Get Real! » Tue Jul 17, 2007 10:43 pm

Kikapu wrote:I really do not follow what stance any of the GC politicians take in Cyprus, regarding when it comes to Unifying the island with the TC's. What percentage would you give to the 3 main candidates as to who would want to see a fair solution.

Surely by now Kikapu you must've figured out that the phrase "fare solution" has a different meaning depending on who you are ie: Greece, Turkey, GC, TC, etc, so how can anyone answer your question if they don't know your version of it?
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Postby pantheman » Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:15 pm

Sotos wrote:All want fair solution but some want it to be more fair and others would accept less fair. Don't ask me what they would accept because they never say. What we know is that Papadopoulos wants something much more fair than Annan plan. About the other two I don't know! :o


The one thats wants just any solution whatever, is the one who has the most land in the occupied areas. Or even has some business deals standing by.

Watch this space, they will happly sell us down the river if it meant them getting their or their families property back.

At least for Tpap, god bless him he didn't sell us to the other side. He may have his finger in another pie !!!! but at least it didn't involve selling us out.
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