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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 19, 2019 4:54 pm

Lordo wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Lordo wrote:Article 1
The State of Cyprus is an independent and sovereign Republic with a presidentialregime, the President being Greek and the Vice President being Turk elected by the Greek and the Turkish Communities of Cyprus respectively as hereinafter in this Constitution provided.


Therefore the 'trnc' is illegal. Finally you got it, kuz... :roll:


rah xerojdehala foirts learn how to suck eggs and then you teach others. where did i claim that trnc without speech marks was legal. clearly in the constitutionas of 2013 unless it has been changed since says that the vice-president has to be a tc elected by tcs. who better to have than akinci, and not just becasue he is a tc but he will make an excellent president. listen to what he says.


No, its says Turk and no Turk can ever become president of Cyprus.

You cant become president but you talk and act like you own it. :roll:

No one really has to listen to what he says,
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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:00 pm

Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Lordo wrote:Article 1
The State of Cyprus is an independent and sovereign Republic with a presidentialregime, the President being Greek and the Vice President being Turk elected by the Greek and the Turkish Communities of Cyprus respectively as hereinafter in this Constitution provided.


Therefore the 'trnc' is illegal. Finally you got it, kuz... :roll:


rah xerojdehala foirts learn how to suck eggs and then you teach others. where did i claim that trnc without speech marks was legal. clearly in the constitutionas of 2013 unless it has been changed since says that the vice-president has to be a tc elected by tcs. who better to have than akinci, and not just becasue he is a tc but he will make an excellent president. listen to what he says.


No, its says Turk and no Turk can ever become president of Cyprus.

You cant become president but you talk and act like you own it. :roll:

No one really has to listen to what he says,

unfortunately in the eu which over-rides any groc law, it says that vice president can become president temporarily till a new election. and that does not mean the president of your local whore house. no back to your hell hole boy
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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:01 pm

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Their contracts stipulate a salary of between €320 and €400 a month net, if they live with their employer, and a six-day working week. They cannot change their employer without obtaining a release form – from the very employer they want to leave.

so unless their employer agrees they cannot leave. is this not slavery?


They can leave by returning to their countries. What they can't do is change employer within Cyprus without giving back the money that the original employer paid to bring them here.

lets understand where you stand, you are of the same mentality as trump.
people are people no matter where they are born and their human rights should be ignored no matter where they live or work.

no fuck off you kant.


no, its you that does not understand,

they are under contract, and the employer has paid a deposit.

They cant leave their employer unless the employer agrees to break the contract and get their deposit back.

The employee can also break the contract but they must return home. Then reenter under a different contract with another employer..

They only have a right to work in Cyprus through the bond with the employer.
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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:03 pm

Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Sotos wrote:
Their contracts stipulate a salary of between €320 and €400 a month net, if they live with their employer, and a six-day working week. They cannot change their employer without obtaining a release form – from the very employer they want to leave.

so unless their employer agrees they cannot leave. is this not slavery?


They can leave by returning to their countries. What they can't do is change employer within Cyprus without giving back the money that the original employer paid to bring them here.

lets understand where you stand, you are of the same mentality as trump.
people are people no matter where they are born and their human rights should be ignored no matter where they live or work.

no fuck off you kant.


no, its you that does not understand,

they are under contract, and the employer has paid a deposit.

They cant leave their employer unless the employer agrees to break the contract and get their deposit back.

The employee can also break the contract but they must return home. Then reenter under a different contract with another employer..

They only have a right to work in Cyprus through the bond with the employer.

now matter how you dress it up it is slavery and should not be allowed in the eu. what the hell is the eu doing about this. what a load of bullshit eu has turned out to be
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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:04 pm

Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Lordo wrote:Article 1
The State of Cyprus is an independent and sovereign Republic with a presidentialregime, the President being Greek and the Vice President being Turk elected by the Greek and the Turkish Communities of Cyprus respectively as hereinafter in this Constitution provided.


Therefore the 'trnc' is illegal. Finally you got it, kuz... :roll:


rah xerojdehala foirts learn how to suck eggs and then you teach others. where did i claim that trnc without speech marks was legal. clearly in the constitutionas of 2013 unless it has been changed since says that the vice-president has to be a tc elected by tcs. who better to have than akinci, and not just becasue he is a tc but he will make an excellent president. listen to what he says.


No, its says Turk and no Turk can ever become president of Cyprus.

You cant become president but you talk and act like you own it. :roll:

No one really has to listen to what he says,

unfortunately in the eu which over-rides any groc law, it says that vice president can become president temporarily till a new election. and that does not mean the president of your local whore house. no back to your hell hole boy


No it doesnt but if it does, find and show me that law.......!

your community does not abide by any laws so fudge that.
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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:07 pm

Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Sotos wrote:
Their contracts stipulate a salary of between €320 and €400 a month net, if they live with their employer, and a six-day working week. They cannot change their employer without obtaining a release form – from the very employer they want to leave.

so unless their employer agrees they cannot leave. is this not slavery?


They can leave by returning to their countries. What they can't do is change employer within Cyprus without giving back the money that the original employer paid to bring them here.

lets understand where you stand, you are of the same mentality as trump.
people are people no matter where they are born and their human rights should be ignored no matter where they live or work.

no fuck off you kant.


no, its you that does not understand,

they are under contract, and the employer has paid a deposit.

They cant leave their employer unless the employer agrees to break the contract and get their deposit back.

The employee can also break the contract but they must return home. Then reenter under a different contract with another employer..

They only have a right to work in Cyprus through the bond with the employer.

now matter how you dress it up it is slavery and should not be allowed in the eu. what the hell is the eu doing about this. what a load of bullshit eu has turned out to be


Its not slavery,

they entered the contract with their own free will and they can leave with their own free will. They just cant stay in Cyprus afterwards and they dont have this right anyway. They are on a working / employment visa.
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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby Lordo » Tue Aug 20, 2019 1:07 am

so a personal contract once signed will overide the eu human rights law wil it. sooner or later yout ass will burn and you wil pay these people compensation for not only not protecting these people's right but also passing laws that enabled it.

but in reality it just goes to show what barbarians you are and assholes to boot. human rights pfff what does that mean.
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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby Sotos » Tue Aug 20, 2019 2:53 am

Lordo wrote:
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Their contracts stipulate a salary of between €320 and €400 a month net, if they live with their employer, and a six-day working week. They cannot change their employer without obtaining a release form – from the very employer they want to leave.

so unless their employer agrees they cannot leave. is this not slavery?


They can leave by returning to their countries. What they can't do is change employer within Cyprus without giving back the money that the original employer paid to bring them here.

lets understand where you stand, you are of the same mentality as trump.
people are people no matter where they are born and their human rights should be ignored no matter where they live or work.

no fuck off you kant.


You don't know anything about human rights since you are an uneducated fool.

It is not a "human right" to be in any country you want without valid permit. It is also not a "human right" to violate your contract.

Those workers are allowed to come to Cyprus after signing a contract with a specific employer, and that employer has to pay a lot of money to secure that permit for the worker. Their permit to be in Cyprus is specifically for working for the employer who paid the fees to bring them to Cyprus.

The fault here is not with the original employer, but with the worker who violates the contract and with those who then employ them illegally.
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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby B25 » Tue Aug 20, 2019 4:34 am

Lordo wrote:so a personal contract once signed will overide the eu human rights law wil it. sooner or later yout ass will burn and you wil pay these people compensation for not only not protecting these people's right but also passing laws that enabled it.

but in reality it just goes to show what barbarians you are and assholes to boot. human rights pfff what does that mean.

Hark the fucking Turk talking about human rights, what the f do you know, invader illegal occupier. Hade assirktir
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Re: this is a modern eu country

Postby Humanist1 » Tue Aug 20, 2019 9:41 am

Now!!!! Now!!!!! Cypriot fellas any comparison of Trump mentality isabove the forums rules.... No one in this forum can reach an all time low of a psychopath mentality shown by Trump.
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