TALES FROM THE COFFEESHOP: LONG LIVE THE LOOSE FEDERATION

IT IS BECOMING very difficult to believe anything Prez Nik says, especially with regard to the country's favourite problem. It is not that he is a liar but he is constantly changing his mind, re-inventing reality and occasionally being economical with l'actualit√©. After two years of negotiations, two international conferences on Cyprus, a 15-month contemplation […] The post Tales from the Coffeeshop: Long live the loose federation appeare...

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