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Turkish Cypriot Press and Other Media 96-07-29

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Republic of Cyprus Press and Information Office Directory

TURKISH CYPRIOT PRESS AND OTHER MEDIA

No.136/96 27-28-29.7.96


CONTENTS

[A] NEWS ITEMS

  • [01] REMAND ORDER FOR THE TWO ABDUCTED FISHERMEN

  • [02] SERDAR DENKTASH SAYS "COALITION" WITH NUP NOT POSSIBLE

  • [03] ABOUT OCCUPIED TYMBOU AIRPORT

  • [04] "INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE FESTIVAL" IN THE OCCUPIED AREA

  • [05] DENKTASH'S LETTER TO PRESIDENT CLERIDES


  • [A] NEWS ITEMS

    [01] REMAND ORDER FOR THE TWO ABDUCTED FISHERMEN

    KIBRIS (26.7.96) reports that the two young Greek Cypriot amateur fishermen from Paralimni, who were abducted while fishing off Paralimni, have been given each a three-day remand order by the occupation army's military Court. (MY)

    [02] SERDAR DENKTASH SAYS "COALITION" WITH NUP NOT POSSIBLE

    According to illegal Bayrak Radio (1530 hrs, 26/7/96) Demo cratic Party (DP) leader Serdar Denktash has said that at this latest stage, a "coalition" between the DP and the National Unity Party (NUP) does not seem possible. Denktash said that his party does not have any more concessions to make to the NUP.

    Serdar Denktash replied to questions during the "From Within the Week" program broadcasted live on illegal Bayrak Radio.

    The DP leader said that the most ideal way to solve the problems facing the pseudostate would be to set up a "national government" made up of the parties represented at the "Assembly". He said that under the current conditions, however, only a "government" established by a party that can tackle all the prob lems can solve the difficulties facing the pseudostate. Denktash said that the name of the party is not important in this case and that what is important is to have the determination to solve the problems. That is why we still insist on the establishment of an executive "government", he said, adding that this is necessary in order to unravel the big tangle of problems.

    He stated that the DP does not insist on being part of the executive "government" and that the NUP and the Republican Turk ish Party (RTP) can set up an executive "government".

    Replying to a question, he said that the DP is trying to open a debate on the "presidential" system. He added that, given the conditions in the pseudostate, the "presidential system" is the one that works in a more stable way and one that will prevent the recurrence of the present problems.

    [03] ABOUT OCCUPIED TYMBOU AIRPORT

    KIBRIS (29.7.96) reports that the illegal Tymbou Airport's control tower is rendering service to 350 transit flights and to 30 incoming and outgoing flights on a daily basis and to 7000 flights on a monthly basis. (MY)

    [04] "INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE FESTIVAL" IN THE OCCUPIED AREA

    KIBRIS (27.7.96) reports that four countries, Turkey, Italy, Spain and Israel, will be taking part at the so-called Interna tional Folk Dance Festival organized by the Yerolakos (Alaykoz) Cultural and Art Association. It will be held between 2-7 August.

    The aim of the festival is to promote the occupied area. (MY)

    [05] DENKTASH'S LETTER TO PRESIDENT CLERIDES

    KIBRIS (27.7.96) and CYPRUS TODAY (29.7.96) publish a photo copy and a translation of the letter sent by Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash to President Glafcos Clerides.
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