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Ozersay gives total support to Akinci on the bi-zonality issue

Ozersay gives total support to Akinci on the bi-zonality issue

According to Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris (13.10.15), former Turkish Cypriot negotiator Kudret Ozersay gave full support to the latest statements by the Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci on the issues of clear majority in the bi-zonalities and on the EU primary law. Ozersay, in an interview to the Turkish private channel NTV, said that Akinci

Ozersay: The road that will be obtained by mid-December will be determinant

Turkish Cypriot daily Vatan (06.09.15) reports that former Turkish Cypriot negotiator Kudret Ozersay will give two seminars on the Cyprus talks in London, one in English and one in Turkish, where he will address the growing speculation surrounding the current talks and the type of settlement these may deliver. The seminars will deal with the

Ozersay and the EU acquis

Last month former Turkish Cypriot negotiator Kudret Ozersay wrote a Facebook post in which he took issue with the reference to the EU acquis by UN envoy Espen Barth Eide. During an interview with the Cyprus News Agency, Eide said the European Commission would be involved in how to make the settlement “fully compatible with

Troodos planning and gas problems

Tanned and relaxed from his family holidays in the exotic Seychelles, Nicos Anastasiades comes back to Cyprus today to face a politically challenging autumn. He’s expected to go straight to the Presidential retreat in Troodos, where he will be planning with aides his next moves from August 24 onwards. I hear that one of his

Ozersay’s movement and several trade unions expressed their support to Akinci

Under the front-page title: “The status-quo apparently has been broken”, Turkish Cypriot daily Afrika newspaper (22.04.15) reports that the election result for next Sunday’s elections seems to be designated from now since Mustafa Akinci gains support from all parts of the society. According to the paper, several NGO’s in the occupied area of Cyprus like

Election surprise in the Turkish Cypriot presidential elections

InCyprus reports that as Turkish Cypriots prepare to go to the polls to elect a leader, with the debate getting ever more heated, one thing there is broad consensus on is the fact that it is impossible to predict who will come out top of the ballot box on Sunday. Developments in an unprecedented election period

Akinci the winner οn 2 new polls for the 19 April elections

Turkish Cypriot Gezete360 news portal (02.04.15) reports that the Gezici Research Company announced today the results of a public opinion poll held between 21 and 22 March 2015 regarding the preferences of the inhabitants in the occupied area of Cyprus for the forthcoming “presidential elections” of the 19th of April. The survey was held with

What would you say if UN suggests negotiations to continue in Geneva?

In the past week, news emerged in Greek Cypriot press regarding UNSG’s Special Advisor on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide’s alleged recommendation to resume the Cyprus talks in April and instead of continuing with the buffer zone meetings, moving the negotiation table to Geneva. Vatan Mehmet of of Kıbrıs Postası asked the opinion of Turkish Cypriot presidential hopefuls

Ozersay: “New Generations should have a chance”

Independent Presidential Candidate Kudret Ozersay said that running for Presidency was an honourable thing and explained his vision and asked questions during a visit to the Girne Branch of the Pensioners Association. Ozersay mentioning that the pensioners today had very important parts in the process of forming a state and holding it together and said

Ozersay launched his election campaign with emphasis on Cyprus problem

Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris Postasi newspaper (07.01.15) reports that the independent “presidential candidate” Kudret Ozersay held a press conference in the occupied Lefkosia officially launching his campaign.  Ozersay explained the reason of his “candidacy” and said that he aimed to reinstate “the self confidence that the Turkish Cypriots have lost over the years”. He said