"Our internal issues are being carefully watched by the Greek side. Let me end this article with an anecdote from the Bohcalian meeting, which hinted how many trump cards we give them to ruin our main positions. In the conversations we held in Bohcalian, Lordos said that a chief judge in Turkey is able to declare a party winning 47 percent of votes as an illegitimate party, over the night. If this Turkey sets being the constitutional guarantor as a condition for the solution of the issue, how can a Cypriot Greek accept such a thing?"
These are the words of Cengiz ÇANDAR. And he is so right.
I don't know, but according some well informed friends they are going to close down the AK party in Turkey. I admit, they are not that innocent as they claim to be. But closing down a ruling party, together with the Kurdish DTP, you shut down the voice of 60% of the Turkish voters. In my opinion, political disputes are for the parliament and constitutional disputes for the Courts of Turkey. At the moment, they are completely mixed, which leaves the ordinary Turk in limbo, but not the Western media and the EU.
One rhetoric question: if Turkish democracy can not survive by rule of law, both domestically and by means of international law, how can they solve the Cyprus problem?
For an outsider it must be confusing: who rules Turkey. The Turkish army or elected parliamentarians. And who rules Northern Cyprus?