Another Contribution by the
By Dr Christian Heinze……
Whenever representatives of the European Union express expectations towards “a solution“ of the Cyprus conflict, they announce that it will be “for the benefit of both communities in Cyprus as well as for Cyprus and the European Union”.
Over the past decades, they were satisfied with repeating the formula on numerous occasions or non-occasions. So did Jean-Claude Juncker recently on the occasion of Mustafa Akinci’s election as President of the Turkish Republic of North Cyprus. This sterotype amounts to an expression of either utter meaninglessness or (Epimethean) hind thought, because any benefit or harm depends on the yet unknown terms of an agreement, while it is easy to conclude which terms would be favoured by the European Union. This conclusion derives from that Union having made itself a partner to the Cyprus conflict on the side of its Greek party by denying political equality to, and supporting the age-old embargo against the Turkish Republic of North Cyprus.”
Christian Heinze, 04.05.2015
Dr Christian Heinze was the Assistant to the late President of the Constitutional Court of the “Republic of Cyprus” in Nicosia in 1962/63.
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