HISTORIC MISSION AND WORD OF PAPADOPOULOS

HISTORIC MISSION AND WORD OF PAPADOPOULOS

The leader of the “Greek Republic of Cyprus,” Tassos Papadopou-los, played a chief role in the Greek Cypriot administration during the notorious “Dark Era” — 1964 to 1974 — in Cyprus.

“We will exterminate all the Turks” (Papadopoulos, 1964)

Following the bloody attacks by Greek Cypriot guerillas against Turkish Cypriots in 1964, Turkey declared it would carry out a military operation on Cyprus if the bloodshed did not stop. Today’s Greek Cypriot leader, Papadopoulos, was a minister at the time and sent a message to the US on behalf of the Greek Cypriot government.

In his message Papadopoulos wrote: “According to the estimations we have made, by the time the Turkish fleet arrives on the island we will within 75 minutes, in order to provide...

23 Temmuz 2007
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IS ENOSIS STILL ON THE AGENDA?

IS ENOSIS STILL ON THE AGENDA?

When inter-communal talks between Turkish and Greek Cypriots started in 1968, two main ideas surfaced within the Greek Cypriot community.

One of these ideas envisaged a harsh military operation be launched to suppress the Turkish Cypriot resistance and enosis (the uniting of the island of Cyprus with the Greek mainland state) to be proclaimed after the ethnic cleansing. The other envisaged the sup-pression of the Turkish Cypriots through economic and political pres-sure within the framework of a long-term program so that enosis could be carried out.

The former was supported by senior members of the Greek Cypriot National Organization of Cypriot Fighters (EOKA), which fought for the expulsion of British troops from the island, while the latter was supported by Archbishop Mak...

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HOT DAYS IN GREEK CYPRIOT ELECTIONS

HOT DAYS IN GREEK CYPRIOT ELECTIONS

The politburo of the Progressive Party of Working People (AKEL), probably the only communist party still actively playing a strong role in politics within the Western world, recently approved the presidential candidacy of its general secretary, Dimitris Hristofias, in the presiden-tial elections scheduled for Feb. 17, 2008.
Of course this unanimous decision will strongly shake Greek Cypriot political life, and some of the good old cornerstones will inevitably be changed.

From the very first day of his candidacy declaration, Hristofias began revealing the problems and disagreements he has experienced since 2003 with Tassos Papadopoulos, the president of Greek Cypriot administration.

It seems quite obvious that Hristofias will not hesitate to reveal the secrets kept beh...

16 Temmuz 2007
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GREEK CYPRUS UNWILLING FOR NEW START OF NEGOTIATIONS

GREEK CYPRUS UNWILLING  FOR NEW START OF NEGOTIATIONS

The Greek Cypriot administration has displayed many times since 2004 its unwillingness for a new start of negotiations based on the Annan plan.

The request of the former UN secretary-general from the Greek side for a written submission of their proposals concerning some alte-rations in the plan has still not yet been responded to. In addition to this, they have declared their unwillingness on many occasions for a new start.

Foreign Minister Yiorgo Iacovou has hinted many times their re-fusal to negotiate a new plan by blocking available paths forward with requests that are impossible to implement, like the participation of the permanent members of the UN Security Council and the European Union in the discussions on “the return of Varosha, the retreat of troops located...

14 Temmuz 2007
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WHAT THE JULY 22 ELECTIONS WILL CHANGE

WHAT THE JULY 22 ELECTIONS WILL CHANGE

For most of the people, the July 22 elections in Turkey will forcibly divert the political life of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (KKTC) onto a new path. It’s a correct judgment based on simple assumptions, like the saying, “If Turkey sneezes, the KKTC catches cold.”

 

The internal perception of estimating the results of the elections in Turkey differs when looking at them from outside. When you look at them from inside or experience them, you get focused on a specific point and what you get is the results of this region, which gradually get enlarged and cover the whole country.

 

When looking at them from outside, the picture is totally different. The view is clearer when not attached to a political party and not affected by sentimental...

9 Temmuz 2007
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