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Here we list any news related to the Cypriot Puzzle from various sources in Cyprus and abroad.

Trade Unions to celebrate May Day with the bicommunal concert “Rock For Peace–Fight For Your Rights”

Trade Unions to celebrate May Day with the bicommunal concert “Rock For Peace–Fight For Your Rights”

  LABOUR Day events will take place on Monday with mobilisations in all districts, the left-leaning Pancyprian Federation of Labour (PEO) trade union announced. The campaign will run under the slogan, “We are working for reunification, social and trade union rights.” Read full article at CyprusMail.

Erel: Cyprus negotiations were sacrificed for the Turkish referendum

  Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris Postasi newspaper (27.04.17) reports that businessman Ali Erel and former chairman of the Cyprus-EU Association stated that the behavior of the Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci after the decision for the enosis plebiscite was wrong and added that this behavior continued deliberatively so that that the referendum process in Turkey

Ozgurgun’s “office” on Bulut’s remarks

  According to brt television (online, 27.04.17), the so-called prime ministry’s office issued a statement regarding remarks made by one of Turkey’s top presidential advisers Yigit Bulut. The statement alleged that Bulut’s remarks only reflect his personal views and that to attach importance to these remarks are unnecessary, meaningless and a waste of time. “To

Burcu condemned Bulut remarks

  According to brt television (online, 27.04.17), remarks made by Yigit Bulut, one of Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s Chief Advisers, had been met with strong reactions from the Turkish Cypriots. Baris Burcu, Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci’s spokesman, described Bulut’s remarks against the “TRNC” and the Turkish Cypriot “people” inappropriate and unfitting. The Chief Turkish

Akinci criticized the fact that Anastasiades referred the “Enosis bill” to the Supreme Court

  According to ΒRT television (online, 27.04.17), Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci has alleged that the Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades is moving further away as the elections get closer in the government controlled area of the Republic of Cyprus. In a written statement issued yesterday, Akinci claimed that despite Mr. Anastasiades’ hope breaking behaviour,

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