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Re: Solution of the Cyprus Problem.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2010 5:05 am
by yasemin
insan wrote:Step 1

Establishment of an impartial, bi-communal properties board.

Step 2

Acceptance of the applications of all concerned parties(Legal owner, ex-occupiers and current occupier) with a detailed form containing their demands(restitution and/or exchange and/or compensation).

Step 3

Reducing the size of TRNC by a mutual agreement.

Step 4

Continuing the negotiations to find a viable, safe solution on the basic principles; BBF and political equality of 2 communities.

Step 5

If agreed hugs and kisses.

Step 6

If not agreed kiss each other goodbye. :D

I dont see why TRNC should be reduced, it's already small enough, haven't you's taken enough from us?

PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2010 6:18 am
by Sotos
If there was a "trnc" and it was yours then there wouldn't be any Cyprus Problem. The Cyprus Problem exists because you declared this "trnc" on land you stole from us.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2010 11:08 am
by Me Ed
Here's my comprehensive solution:

Turkey is 84-85 times bigger than Cyprus, so ...

1) Turkey gives the RoC control of a contiguous area equivalent to the GC owned land in the occupied area on the Turkish mainland, preferably on the expensive west Agean coast of Turkey - lets call this the area the Cypriot Republic of Western Turkey (CRWT).

2) The RoC creates a development agency to exchange GC owned land occupied by settlers and TCs that do not want to live under RoC/EU law for the equivalent land in the CRWT.

3) Once 80% of claims/exchanges have been settled, Turkey hands control of the occupied area back to the RoC and the RoC hands back control of the CRWT back to Turkey.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2010 6:42 pm
by paliometoxo
if it is that or kiss bye then i would kiss bye, unless the trnc is reduced to 1% of the island then that is acceptable.