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Settlement or Division!

Postby michalis » Mon Mar 01, 2004 1:30 pm

Alvaro de soto yesterday stressed the tragic concequences that Turkishcypriots and Greekcypriots will face If they reject the Plan at the Referendums.

There will be No future plan Other than the ANAN PLAN he said. SO both have two alternatives to choose:

a) accept the Anan Plan ( ONE STATE comprising of of two regions with their own administrative laws) or

b) accept the division of the Island ( TWO STATES : One recognised member of EU And the Other Unrecognised with a possibility to gain recognition at a future date).

There are no other alternatives to choose. The Perfect Plan that most are searching for will never arise . In cyprus Never existed a perfect plan in the Past and will never arise in the future . So comparing a Perfect plan with the Anan plan Is VERY MISLEADING and lead to wrong decisions.

On the other hand stressing the financial weaknesses of the plan is IRRELEVANT SINCE the FINANCIAL COST Will be occured in any way even under a conditional so called PERFECT PLAN. And its like saying I DO NOT WANT A SOLUTION because of the Cost. IF this is the case come and say I DONT WANT A SOLUTION CLEARLY!

Postby Greek Cypriot » Mon Mar 01, 2004 2:17 pm

Annan's plan is not a solution.
It does not unite the island.
Does not respect human rights
Doesn't create a democratic state
Does not create something functional.
Does not bring stability

If it solves your problems go vote for it.

Federation similar like they have in US, Russia etc "yes". This thing called Annan plan (as it is today) no.

No solution is better than a bad solution.
Greek Cypriot

Postby michalis » Tue Mar 02, 2004 3:02 pm

And the UN is not obliged to ask your permission. The UN need to enforce the solution without the consent of both sides.

Postby Greek Cypriot » Tue Mar 02, 2004 10:11 pm

The UN need to enforce the solution without the consent of both sides.

I am afraid you have no clue what you are talking about.
Greek Cypriot

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