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Akinci makes a challemge

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed May 02, 2018 1:21 am

Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci said on Monday that if the Greek Cypriot side was ready to accept the Guterres framework without changes, it could be announced as a strategic package agreement.

In a brief tweet Akinci said “If the Greek Cypriot side is ready to accept the #Guterres framework as it is, without any alterations, it should say so without delay. In that case, we can announce it as a strategic package agreement… @AnastasiadesCY”

http://cyprus-mail.com/2018/04/30/akinc ... framework/


...what reply should he expect?
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Re: Akinci makes a challemge

Postby B25 » Wed May 02, 2018 9:00 am

They can go F themselves, typical UN pushing for Turkish appeasement.

No solution it better than 'ANY' solution. The illegal occupied areas will always be illegal and they can remain outside the EU, them and Turkey should they choose to go for partition. We have had partition for 43 years, so nothing new, only that we are looking to legalise their crimes against us and give Turkey further entrance to the rest of the island.

Seriously, does anyone trust Turkey for any agreement that has been concocted and 'agreed' ???
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Re: Akinci makes a challemge

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed May 02, 2018 10:54 pm

http://cyprus-mail.com/2018/05/01/state ... ish-forum/

...i know that the risk is that the UN, Guterres in particular, will opt for a devolution of the Problem, as one between "Greeks" and "Turks", rather than an International Problem where the symptoms present an opportunity, where Cypriots exist, being an island, having a small population, to define and end the ignorance that promotes such hatred, that those who promote "themselves" with such intolerance are ignoring Humanity itself. He may not be Mr. Annan with his Annan 5, he is no Ban Ki Moon, if there is a line to draw, he may be the one to do it. What he needs from Cypriots is this confidence, that he will do his job.

If Mr. Anastasiades chooses to reply negatively, it will be difficult to reason why. Although, without Mr. Akinci's upfront commitment to Cyprus, as Cypriot, first, it is not likely that Anastasiades can agree to any "new" Cyprus. Indeed, there is every reason to believe that Akinci's challenge is a ploy, for "Turkishness", because the negative reply is to be expected. If it is a last gasp, for "Cypriotness", we may see these men standing for a photo together shaking hands with the Flag of Cyprus behind them in the near future. Without such a photo, an intention to reform the Constitution, is just not possible. With it, i imagine the next big step would be to see a Communal Chamber and a Legislature filled with good intentions toward this end, representing Cypriots as Individuals, and as Person.

Time will tell, the next step, this offers to be one of those...
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