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Consider, a Turkey that enters the EU will abide by the Aquis. Which means Greek Cypriots will be provided freedom of movement to the north and the right to return to their property by virtue of the Aquis. This is why entering the EU was important for the Greek Cypriots, not because of veto threats over Turkey. So, the Greek side may agree to Annan 5 with the knowledge that the deal gets worse with every passing generation, or they may simply decide that doing nothing or even partition is actually better than the Annan Plan.
You seem to be suggesting that the property claims may be ultimately resolved by the European Court of Justice.

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by Carrie (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Sun Feb 24th, 2008 at 05:00:46 PM EST
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