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Annan Plan

Eroglu claims that a former US Ambassador has told that the USA had spent 30 million dollars for the Turkish Cypriot “yes” vote

Eroglu claims that a former US Ambassador has told that the USA had spent 30 million dollars for the Turkish Cypriot “yes” vote

Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris newspaper (01.03.16) reports that former Turkish Cypriot leader, Dervis Eroglu has recalled that he had opposed the Annan Plan and claimed that the then US Ambassador “had made a sincere confession” during one of his visits to his office by saying “we have spent 30 million dollars for the Turks saying

Eroglu: Realities discussed at the negotiating table should be announced

Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris newspaper (08.11.15) reported that former Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu has argued that no one should play with the “dreams of the Turkish Cypriot people” and “the realities discussed at the negotiating table should be announced to the people”. In a written statement, Eroglu alleged that until an agreement is reached

Eroglu criticizes Talat for saying “no” in a possible referendum will deeper isolation

Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris newspaper (21.09.15) reports that former Turkish Cypriot leader, Dervis Eroglu has criticized the leader of the Republican Turkish Party – United Forces (CTP-BG), Mehmet Ali Talat for saying that the so-called embargo and isolation of the Turkish Cypriots will become deeper if they vote “no” to a solution of the Cyprus problem

Worse than old nightmares on Cyprus By @ykanli for #Hurriyet

As is said, “The bravest of the gypsies lists his crimes when boasting what a great man he is.” Turkish Cypriots sacked Mehmet Ali Talat from the presidency, kicked his party out of government and thus declared a firm “No” in 2009-2010 to officious and treacherous “cross voting” suggestions that aimed at creating a diabolical

T/c Election 2015 second round,maps & graphics. Nice analysis by @chChr11

Akinci’s strongolds appear to be Nicosia town and vicinity, most part of Famagusta town, and communities in Kerynia and Morphou area. The town within the walls, mostly inhabited by settlers, as is the case for NW of Varosha, communities in Karpas and in Mesaoria gave mostly support to Eroglu. Further analysis will show the characteristics

Turkey should avoid arguments with Turkish Cyprus’ new leadership

A new era began in northern Cyprus on April 26 with the election of Mustafa Akıncı as president of Turkish Cyprus. Not because Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan slammed Akıncı over his description of his country’s relationship with Turkey as “two equal brothers” instead of “motherland and babyland,” but because what the new leadership proposes

A new chapter in Cypriot Politics, or is it?

The Turkish Cypriot people have elected a new President. Mustafa Akinci who won a resounding victory by winning 60.5% of the votes, with the outgoing Dervish Eroglu only getting 39.5%. The turnout at 64 percent of eligible voters was much lower than past elections. No doubt this seems to many TCs to be a new beginning. Corruption,

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