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history and a bite in the backside.

Postby Lordo » Sun Aug 04, 2019 1:33 pm

https://cyprus-mail.com/2019/08/04/our-view-president-running-out-of-opportunities-for-varosha/

you cannot make it up.

lets go back to 1983. clerides lost the election to kyprianou despite the fact that he refused the return of varosha for only agreeing to start talking. get this he did not have to agree to anything , just sit in the same room and negotiate and he would have had varosha back.

"The main reason they backed Clerides was because incumbent Spyros Kyprianou, who was standing for re-election, rejected an offer for the return of Famagusta in 1978. The fenced area of the town would have been returned on the commencement of negotiations on an American-Canadian settlement plan. In other words, even if the negotiations subsequently failed, the residents of the town would have returned. Famagustans could not swing an election, especially as businessmen in towns in the free areas saw the Varosha return as a threat to their interests, and Kyprianou secured another term."

so people did not want varosha back as it threatended their livelyhood and we expect to have a deal with them and have peace with them. god help us all.
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Re: history and a bite in the backside.

Postby Lordo » Tue Aug 06, 2019 2:10 pm

now have a look atanastasiades'sface. consider the context of the picture with him welcoming the un rep and his face. what is he thinking or saying or even better what is he being told.

https://cyprus-mail.com/2019/08/02/our- ... A_JVB2iUXs
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