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...how i wish bill c. was here.

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri May 25, 2018 11:05 pm

Turkey pays Greek Cypriot refugee who sought compensation

https://cyprus-mail.com/2018/05/25/turk ... pensation/

...big news, really big news, and it's me posting about it.

For the first time since 2003, Turkey has paid compensation for the land and property it illegally occupies. In doing so, accepting blame, they will be expected to pay the remainder, their claims. It remains to be seen who actually pays, i suppose it will be the carpetbaggers, and the "real estate developers". In effect while the IPC was established to provide immediate relief as a local remedy, if it can demonstrate effectiveness very soon for the rest, it will be very costly, it will be even costlier having this capacity to provide satisfaction, because the Judgements made represent a small portion of the Claims that can be made.

...if the IPC fails to deliver this time around, Cyprus, in effect will receive the compensation directly from Turkey, through the EU. I suggest, this, to Turkey, will be even costlier. It will be a step backwards without the IPC, for Turkey, it will be damaging to Turkey's credibility.

...well bill, if you are reading, i'm sure what you'd say would be food for thought better than this.

...to the readers, you're thoughts please.
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Re: ...how i wish bill c. was here.

Postby akiner » Mon May 28, 2018 4:10 am

repulsewarrior wrote:Turkey pays Greek Cypriot refugee who sought compensation

https://cyprus-mail.com/2018/05/25/turk ... pensation/

...big news, really big news, and it's me posting about it.

For the first time since 2003, Turkey has paid compensation for the land and property it illegally occupies. In doing so, accepting blame, they will be expected to pay the remainder, their claims. It remains to be seen who actually pays, i suppose it will be the carpetbaggers, and the "real estate developers". In effect while the IPC was established to provide immediate relief as a local remedy, if it can demonstrate effectiveness very soon for the rest, it will be very costly, it will be even costlier having this capacity to provide satisfaction, because the Judgements made represent a small portion of the Claims that can be made.

...if the IPC fails to deliver this time around, Cyprus, in effect will receive the compensation directly from Turkey, through the EU. I suggest, this, to Turkey, will be even costlier. It will be a step backwards without the IPC, for Turkey, it will be damaging to Turkey's credibility.

...well bill, if you are reading, i'm sure what you'd say would be food for thought better than this.

In current EU-Turkey climate, you can't just dream on for the payment!

...to the readers, you're thoughts please.
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