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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Lordo » Thu Feb 16, 2023 10:40 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
Lordo wrote:This does not bode well for our new president. Somebody tell me there was corruption during this fiasco.

(Nikos Christodoulides elected Cyprus’s president with 52% of vote, 12 February) says “the island’s banking crisis a decade ago … has been widely blamed on the disastrous handling of the economy by the leftwing then president, Demetris Christofias”


This is clearly not true.
So if he is totally wrong there, what the hell is he going to get right in the future. Just another stooge for the establishment is what he is going to be.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/feb/15/central-bank-of-cyprus-was-to-blame-for-banking-crisis-not-demetris-christofias?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other&fbclid=IwAR28gIJm4SkUZWUb9KsIgzw0RFqDNXOWUqYQQyIUsUxUIsSiuV3yTnbcM-I


Of course it's not true!! In fact I was the one who pointed that out both to STUD and Paphitako General in this very topic...
However please read your linked article carefully. It's not Christodoulides who said what you quoted!! It is some unknown so called "Political Analyst".
The new President looks honest, promising a fresh air in Cyprus's politics. We will see how good or bad he is.

However while the TCs keep the likes of Tatar in power the chance of anything positive regarding the CP is < 0 , regardless of who is the President of RoC. The Tartara man (meaning hell in Greek) is a partitionist, and he repeats it every day.

https://el-m-wikipedia-org.translate.go ... r_pto=wapp

This unknown political analyst would not say he had said it unless he heard him say it.

Anyway, yes while stinker Tatar is in power nothing will change unless Erhurman becomes PM and UN decides to push Tatar to the side like they did during Talat's time with Dengtash back in 2002. Especially now that Erdogan is on the defensive anything is possible.

Also TCs are no different than other people in many ways. They were given hope that Akinci would solve it and when he did not, idiots blamed him and were conned into voting for Tatar. We have our own Sheepriots too

Such is life.


The article you posted is setting the record straight, regarding this article written by some "Elena Smith" reporting from Nicosia
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/ ... 52-of-vote
In her article she quotes the opinion regarding the electoral outcome of someone named "Christoforos Christoforou" who she says is " a leading analyst specialised in electoral behaviour."
In other words someone who does polls.... :lol:

In any case the LIE that the economic crisis of 2013, was the fault of Christofias' Govnt, and not the fault of the Banks that were FULLY regulated and controlled by the European Central Bank, is widely spread in Cyprus, so General Paphitako is not alone.

Like I said many times we live in a wold where insanity reigns and illogic dominates :( :(

They are turning our world into hell :mrgreen:
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Feb 23, 2023 11:20 pm



...first sortie.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Lordo » Fri Feb 24, 2023 12:03 am

What did he say RW, just the gist please. I suspect Tatar is not about to start talking anything other than two state solution.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Feb 24, 2023 12:16 am

...he speaks more about his coming term.

The inauguration will take place somewhere around the 27th of this month (not yet finalised).
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Lordo » Fri Feb 24, 2023 12:23 am

repulsewarrior wrote:...he speaks more about his coming term.

The inauguration will take place somewhere around the 27th of this month (not yet finalised).

Was this interview before or after he met with Tatar?
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Mar 01, 2023 1:57 am

https://www.thenationalherald.com/star- ... overnment/

...a list of the new Ministers.

(reply to Lordo: before)
(see the topic: The war against Cyprus for his reaction to the meeting)

...the President sworn in on Tuesday.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Lordo » Thu Mar 02, 2023 2:44 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:https://www.thenationalherald.com/star-singer-michalis-hatzigiannis-highlights-new-faces-in-incoming-cyprus-government/

...a list of the new Ministers.

(reply to Lordo: before)
(see the topic: The war against Cyprus for his reaction to the meeting)

...the President sworn in on Tuesday.


He has to make his stance known and not bottle it when the time comes. That is the only way we may have Erhurman as President who wants peace. Otherwise the TCs will not take a blind bit of notice what he says and the hands of those against peace is strengthened.

Anastasiades supported the Annan Plan during the vote and supported peace right up to the point where he could have agreed and then bottled it. That may well be the last chance we have had and another will not come.

Both sides should have their elections at the same time so as to maximise a chance if it ever arrives again. I have a feeling it is done deliberately this way so the chance of two leaders wanting peace being in power at the same time is reduced to half.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Paphitis » Sun Mar 05, 2023 2:55 am

Lordo wrote:Sure of course he is not an elitist, he is for the whole of Cyprus except that his hands are tied as the reason why we reached this impasse was the fault of Turkiye. Anastasiades had nothing to do with it. Was this old cove also not part of the negotiating team?
He will turn out to be as corrupt and as cowardly as the rest of the previous leaders. Lets face it no decent leader can possibly come to power in the South.


He is a very principled man, honest and he isn't corrupt.

Everyone in your book is a corrupted coward, as if to imply that YOU in some way are a better man or person. However, you are delusional and just a loser takeaway kebab maker.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Mar 05, 2023 6:21 pm

Lordo wrote:Anastasiades supported the Annan Plan during the vote and supported peace ...


The Annan plan was a partition plan, so you are wrong thinking he was pro-peace.
I still remember Turkey was very happy when he was elected, because they thought they got a partitionist on the other side too. Anastasiades was flirting with a 2 state solution all along, even Chavusoglu said so, even our late Archbishop. The problem is, he could never pass such plan to the majority of GCs.

If I was the President of RoC I would never accept to meet with Tatar, knowing his every other day public declarations for partition. The new President however did!!
For the moment his moves can be justified as necessary first steps before pushing for a solution via the EU. We will see...

If the TCs elect someone pro BBF unification , then Christodoulides will be under tremendous pressure from the GCs themselves to come to an agreement, possibly at any cost. This would be our LAST CHANCE.


NB. Btw Christodoulides so far is all idealistic blah blah for internal affairs.
all he said about the CP is that he is going to ask the EU to get directly involved in the talks towards a BBF solution.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Lordo » Sun Mar 05, 2023 8:35 pm

What is the difference going to be with the BBF negotiated between Akinci and Anstasiades and the BBF that is going to be negotiated between Christodoulides and the next BBF supporting TC leader?
Is he going to ask that the Guarantees and TA are removed from day one?
Is he going to ask for more territory.

What is there left to ask?

What I find amazing is that you saw the BBF between Akinci and Anastasiades as division. And yet Tatar did not want it then, nor does he want it now. Is perhaps Tatar too stupid to realise that BBF negotiated then was for a division?

You are not making sense Pypro.

Explain please.
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