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Theocharous, Sizopoulos want to prevent a bad settlement

Theocharous, Sizopoulos want to prevent a bad settlement

By Angelos Anastasiou EDEK chairman Marinos Sizopoulos and leader of the Solidarity movement Eleni Theocharous voiced their shared goal of preventing a bad solution to the Cyprus problem, following a meeting on Friday. Theocharous, who has engaged in dialogue with opposition parties after leaving ruling DISY last month, was re-elected to the European Parliament last

Τwo amigos get closer as Cyprob veers into Botox and halloumi

I WAS informed by a regular that after last Monday’s meeting, the two amigos had pseudo-dinner at a pseudo-restaurant and nobody protested about this blatant upgrading of the pseudo state by the president of the internationally recognised Republic. What was even more suspicious was that nobody reported this. I had tried to check the veracity

G/c and T/c parties call for a democratic, just and lasting solution

According to the Joint Communique read out by Oksana Tomova, Ambassador of Slovak Republic, they discussed the issue proposed by the hosting, Socialist Party EDEK: “What are the basic parameters for a Democratic solution to the Cyprus problem?”. The representatives of the political parties of both sides of the island “call upon two leaders to

Scaremongering and bad jokes

Some political outsiders are taking a tough view on the ongoing property issue being discussed on the Cyprus problem while others simply can’t take a joke. All this and more in The Dark Room… Scare tactics You would have noticed, I am sure, that there is a lot of scaremongering going on about the property

Lucky Nicos and the party poopers

Happy-go-lucky Recently, a lot of people in the governing party Disy talk about the luck, as they call it, of President Nicos Anastasiades. It’s a fact that he received some serious blows at the beginning of his term, especially on the economy front. But right now the President is perceived within his party to enjoy

Patriotic wolves baying for US blood

THE PATRIOTIC wolves were baying for the blood of the departing US ambassador John Koenig after he told a University of Cyprus audience last Tuesday that the Cyprob was “not an issue of invasion and occupation.” It was a comment calculated to anger Greek Cypriots, suggesting that even experienced diplomats allow their personal feelings and

EDEK resentments boil over

  EDEK leader Marinos Sizopoulos has challenged his predecessor – and House Speaker – Yiannakis Omirou to an open and public debate, after Omirou criticised Sizopoulos’ first couple of strategic decisions in a talk show on state broadcaster CyBC. “I express great disappointment at the remarks made by the former leader of our party in

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