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North Cyprus 2018 parliamentary election

Postby lonewolfcypriot » Thu Jan 11, 2018 4:51 am

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Re: North Cyprus 2018 parliamentary election

Postby B25 » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:37 am

For the record, there is no such place as 'North' Cyprus, only the illegally occupied areas.

Anyone would think you were for real, lying toerags.
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Re: North Cyprus 2018 parliamentary election

Postby lonewolfcypriot » Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:35 pm

The Turkish settlers are the toerags.
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Re: North Cyprus 2018 parliamentary election

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:30 pm

"Turks" out of Cyprus, i say it mildly; you make me laugh, nice post.

...indeed, more Cypriots in Cyprus should dare to fly their Flag, the Flag of Cyprus, anywhere on the island.

...while the water and electricity is now in "Turkish" hands, do not despair, they can "gift" it to Cyprus; the blackmail is a two edged sword.

I love Cyprus, too.

cheers.
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Re: North Cyprus 2018 parliamentary election

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Jan 20, 2018 4:03 am

NICOSIA, Jan. 19 (Xinhua) -- Prospects for an early resumption of the stalled Cyprus peace talks received a boost on Friday when center-left Turkish Cypriot parties agreed to form a coalition administration for their breakaway so-called state following elections on Jan. 7.

The United Nations and other international brokers closely watched over efforts to form a Turkish Cypriot administration, as it could either be a boost or be a hindrance to moves to restart the negotiations aimed at ending one of the longest-standing international issues on the United Nations agenda.

The leftist Republican Turkish Party and three smaller Turkish Cypriot center-left parties said they agreed to form an administration after the current nationalist right-wing administration submitted its resignation on Friday after failing to find partners to stay in power.

Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci accepted the resignation of the administration but asked it to stay on until a new one was ready to take over.

Political analysts said the Turkish Cypriot leader would feel more comfortable in agreeing to renewed reunification negotiations with Greek Cypriots with a leftist administration in power which would stand behind him.

The United Nations special representative in Cyprus, Canadian diplomat Elizabeth Spehar, said after briefing the UN Security Council on the situation in Cyprus on Thursday that Secretary General Antonio Guterres stood ready to call new negotiations as soon as he is requested to do so by the leaders of the two communities.


...interesting.
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Re: North Cyprus 2018 parliamentary election

Postby MrH » Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:43 am

Ahhh, how badly bitter the Greek Cypriots are! Continue thinking you own the entire island, continue with your true aspirations of the Amritsar Olan as it’s all very transparent in your language and tone. Sad and bitter losers.
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Re: North Cyprus 2018 parliamentary election

Postby Get Real! » Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:57 am

MrH wrote:Continue thinking you own the entire island, ...

If the native Cypriots don’t own their island, I don’t know who does! :lol:

Your people do not originate from Cyprus, so either assimilate or kindly return to your land of origin.

How do you say in Turkish…

“Where you don’t belong you never get along!”

Believe it...
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Re: North Cyprus 2018 parliamentary election

Postby kurupetos » Mon Jan 22, 2018 5:42 pm

MrH wrote:Ahhh, how badly bitter the Greek Cypriots are! Continue thinking you own the entire island, continue with your true aspirations of the Amritsar Olan as it’s all very transparent in your language and tone. Sad and bitter losers.

Change your avatar to the toilet sign:

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Re: North Cyprus 2018 parliamentary election

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Jan 25, 2018 7:03 am

...news, good news?

https://news.am/eng/videos/13186.html

http://cyprus-mail.com/2018/01/23/afrik ... came-kill/

Akinci will have to confront the extremism that only a year ago he chastised Anastasiades for.

He will have to decide if he is truly, a "Turk", and if not, as a Turk confront them.

This Government may survive, it is hard to see however. Likely more violent demonstrations will be planned, and so too an opposition to it will grow. If it fails, worse violence is likely as the extremists go too far.

...the end is near MrH.
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