By Ilker Kilich
IT IS NOT the first time since Mustafa Akinci became Turkish Cypriot leader that he has faced criticism from both sides of the divide as well as from different quarters of the political spectrum. He has been in the position for much less than a year and as such I consider most of the criticism unfair and immature.
A Greek Cypriot journalist for example recently alleged that the Turkish Cypriot leader had succumbed to pressure and “completed his transformation into Turkey’s puppet”. He had “predictably” fallen in line with the invader and occupier’s policy of dictating to Cyprus and to Turkish Cypriots.
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