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Postby Noname75 » Fri Oct 10, 2003 4:31 pm

Anonymous wrote:And its wrong to believe that Turkish people in Turkey fully support Denktash It happened to chat with a Turkish guy and he was fully against the policies of Denktash . Some others have moderate views and thats very normal.

Maybe thats because even the opposition now supports settlers? Because they want their votes nobody says that they have to leave. Therefore, either Dectash wins or not, the fact that the settlers control the election result means that they will continue have their interests served by the next "government" also.
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Postby PEACE » Tue Nov 25, 2003 12:18 pm

I believe its about 50/50 now
Dectash keeps bringing mainland Turks to support his "government

Turkish Cypriots to settelers is 50/50 ? :shock:
No... :!: Turkish Cypriots are 68.000 and the left is all settelers.
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Postby FinalFantasy » Wed Nov 26, 2003 12:37 pm

Theres always HOPE! :) But if denktash keep giving the passports to the turkish settlers don't think so...bec most of TC's young generations are moved to other countries or the south part..or the australia..etc..just only they wanted to live in peace and under the name of democracy in their home lands! what a sad thing u've no rights to say anything or make any comments about your own country bec denktash doesn't like to hear it! Everybody knows this neways! Not repeating same things again and again..Me hoping for TC's to win this elections! u guys remember what happened to Avrupa gazetesi(Sener Levent)..Bec he wrote all the truths about denktash and his regime..He's still in court! Where's democracy here? :|
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