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The press sees difficult days for the Immovable Property Commission

The press sees difficult days for the Immovable Property Commission

  Under the title “Neither payments exist nor applications”, Turkish Cypriot daily Havadis newspaper (08.08.17) reports that the “immovable property commission”, which “is mentioned as the biggest right gained by the TRNC and Turkey at international level during the past years, is experiencing difficult days, because the resources necessary to the commission are not secured”.

For the first time Akinci refers to a possible two state solution in the EU,reactions by CTP

  According to Turkish Cypriot daily Yeni Duzen newspaper (05.08.17), Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci has referred, for the first time, to a “two state solution under the EU roof”. Addressing representatives of Turkish Cypriot organizations during a briefing after the failure of the Cyprus Conference in Crans Montana, Akinci argued that he had devoted

Akinci:In case of a non-solution,2 separate states will continue by taking roots side by side

  Turkish daily Milliyet newspaper (07.08.17) reports that Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci has signalled that in case a political solution was not found in Cyprus, they would head towards a “two separate states” solution. In statements to Milliyet’s correspondent in the occupied area of the island, Akinci claimed that in case of a non-solution,

Akinci: Political equality of T/C will be accepted or existence of 2 entities will continue

  Under the title “Either equality or two separate entities”, Turkish Cypriot daily Havadis newspaper (07.08.17) reports that Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci has argued that the Greek Cypriot side should carry out a “very serious assessment” [of the situation in Cyprus after the failure of the Crans Montana Conference] and that as time passes

Two drunks and the keys of the Cyprob

  By Ozay Mehmet EVER since the Greek Cypriot leadership “internationalised” the Cyprus Problem (Cyprob) in 1955, it has been chasing a mirage. The solution lies at home, on the island, requiring an honest compromise with the Turkish Cypriot side, the other major ethnic community. Read full article at CyprusMail.

Eide: Resurrection of Cyprus talks to come from two sides

  The ‘resurrection’ of the Cyprus peace process will not happen from the United Nations but by the divided island’s two sides, UN Cyprus envoy Espen Barth Eide said on Thursday. “The United Nations never believed peace is impossible,” Eide told journalists in Nicosia after a farewell meeting with President Nicos Anastasiades who has publicly

The case that fenced off town of Varosha belongs to EVKAF is reopened at the supreme court

  Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris Postasi newspaper (02.08.17) reports that the Turkish Cypriot lawyer Murat Metin Hakki, speaking to the paper, announced that they have “appealed” to the “TRNC supreme court” for “certiorari” for reversal of the “decision”, which was taken unilaterally at “Famagusta district court” that the fenced off town of Varosha belongs to

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