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Re: donkeys lead by more donkeys

Postby Get Real! » Thu Nov 22, 2018 5:37 am

Modern medicine needs to go over its autism chapter because I think we’ve discovered a new strain right here on the Cyprus Forum!

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Re: donkeys lead by more donkeys

Postby Paphitis » Thu Nov 22, 2018 5:39 am

Get Real! wrote:Modern medicine needs to go over its autism chapter because I think we’ve discovered a new strain right here on the Cyprus Forum!

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Yes they might need to.

You will need to be their first CF test case. :D

The world isn't going to implode because of BREXIT ok. They Brits are going to continue on like they have always done.

Britain will not fall apart and start capitulating on its overseas interests or even acknowledge what the EU has to say about them.
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Re: donkeys lead by more donkeys

Postby Get Real! » Thu Nov 22, 2018 5:53 am

OK Paphitis… so there are no Cyprus SBA Brexit issues to address whatsoever because NATO won’t allow it, and it’s pointless anyway because the world (bar Britain) is coming to an end.

GOT IT!

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Re: donkeys lead by more donkeys

Postby Paphitis » Thu Nov 22, 2018 6:06 am

Get Real! wrote:OK Paphitis… so there are no Cyprus SBA Brexit issues to address whatsoever because NATO won’t allow it, and it’s pointless anyway because the world (bar Britain) is coming to an end.

GOT IT!

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Nothing is coming to an end. Nothing at all.

All it is is a few strong countries around the world are hitting back against political interference and they are protecting their sovereignty.

OK? :lol:
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Re: donkeys lead by more donkeys

Postby DT. » Thu Nov 22, 2018 10:26 am

There's been a long negotiation between Britain and Cyprus on the bases post Brexit. Biggest hiccup was which side was going to be responsible for the SBA "border" and whether or not the EU acquis would be effective within the bases.

basically customs, Data protection, commerce and agriculture are now responsibilities of the ROC effectively making the sovereign bases part of the customs union will follow EU rules. With the exception of military equipment all other products need to be imported and exported via ROC ports. Taxation also remains part of the ROC authority within the bases.

The bases frontier with the occupied territories will still be governed by the green line rule but illegal immigration requires the participation of ROC authorities.

The protocol has just been signed between the UK and the ROC.
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Re: donkeys lead by more donkeys

Postby Pyrpolizer » Thu Nov 22, 2018 11:22 am

DT. wrote:There's been a long negotiation between Britain and Cyprus on the bases post Brexit. Biggest hiccup was which side was going to be responsible for the SBA "border" and whether or not the EU acquis would be effective within the bases.

basically customs, Data protection, commerce and agriculture are now responsibilities of the ROC effectively making the sovereign bases part of the customs union will follow EU rules. With the exception of military equipment all other products need to be imported and exported via ROC ports. Taxation also remains part of the ROC authority within the bases.

The bases frontier with the occupied territories will still be governed by the green line rule but illegal immigration requires the participation of ROC authorities.

The protocol has just been signed between the UK and the ROC.


You just saved me the time DT.
The only thing I didn't know is how the EU aquis could ever be applied to British personnel residing within the bases.
We do know the commercial part , but how about criminal justice.
Any ideas?
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Re: donkeys lead by more donkeys

Postby DT. » Sat Nov 24, 2018 12:04 am

Pyrpolizer wrote:
DT. wrote:There's been a long negotiation between Britain and Cyprus on the bases post Brexit. Biggest hiccup was which side was going to be responsible for the SBA "border" and whether or not the EU acquis would be effective within the bases.

basically customs, Data protection, commerce and agriculture are now responsibilities of the ROC effectively making the sovereign bases part of the customs union will follow EU rules. With the exception of military equipment all other products need to be imported and exported via ROC ports. Taxation also remains part of the ROC authority within the bases.

The bases frontier with the occupied territories will still be governed by the green line rule but illegal immigration requires the participation of ROC authorities.

The protocol has just been signed between the UK and the ROC.


You just saved me the time DT.
The only thing I didn't know is how the EU aquis could ever be applied to British personnel residing within the bases.
We do know the commercial part , but how about criminal justice.
Any ideas?



Don’t know about that yet...not sure why people assumed that there was nothing to negotiate here though. The UK and Cyprus have been having these talks or a while now and it’s not a bad looking deal for Cyprus.
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Re: donkeys lead by more donkeys

Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 24, 2018 11:27 am

DT. wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
DT. wrote:There's been a long negotiation between Britain and Cyprus on the bases post Brexit. Biggest hiccup was which side was going to be responsible for the SBA "border" and whether or not the EU acquis would be effective within the bases.

basically customs, Data protection, commerce and agriculture are now responsibilities of the ROC effectively making the sovereign bases part of the customs union will follow EU rules. With the exception of military equipment all other products need to be imported and exported via ROC ports. Taxation also remains part of the ROC authority within the bases.

The bases frontier with the occupied territories will still be governed by the green line rule but illegal immigration requires the participation of ROC authorities.

The protocol has just been signed between the UK and the ROC.


You just saved me the time DT.
The only thing I didn't know is how the EU aquis could ever be applied to British personnel residing within the bases.
We do know the commercial part , but how about criminal justice.
Any ideas?



Don’t know about that yet...not sure why people assumed that there was nothing to negotiate here though. The UK and Cyprus have been having these talks or a while now and it’s not a bad looking deal for Cyprus.

so, what about the 3% which was the original question.
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Re: donkeys lead by more donkeys

Postby DT. » Sat Nov 24, 2018 2:22 pm

Lordo wrote:
DT. wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
DT. wrote:There's been a long negotiation between Britain and Cyprus on the bases post Brexit. Biggest hiccup was which side was going to be responsible for the SBA "border" and whether or not the EU acquis would be effective within the bases.

basically customs, Data protection, commerce and agriculture are now responsibilities of the ROC effectively making the sovereign bases part of the customs union will follow EU rules. With the exception of military equipment all other products need to be imported and exported via ROC ports. Taxation also remains part of the ROC authority within the bases.

The bases frontier with the occupied territories will still be governed by the green line rule but illegal immigration requires the participation of ROC authorities.

The protocol has just been signed between the UK and the ROC.


You just saved me the time DT.
The only thing I didn't know is how the EU aquis could ever be applied to British personnel residing within the bases.
We do know the commercial part , but how about criminal justice.
Any ideas?



Don’t know about that yet...not sure why people assumed that there was nothing to negotiate here though. The UK and Cyprus have been having these talks or a while now and it’s not a bad looking deal for Cyprus.

so, what about the 3% which was the original question.


What about it? They offered that in the Annan plan to tempt a vote. Didn’t work, offer not valid anymore.
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