The information that an agreement was reached on the formation of the new three-party “government” was transmitted by the Turkish Cypriot media on Friday night.
The information was confirmed by the leader of the National Unity Party (KEE), who earlier spoke to “Bayrak”.
According to Faiz Suzuoglu, talks on the formation of the new “government” have now entered the final “An agreement has been reached on the formation of the KEE-Democratic Party (DK) -Regeneration Party (KA) government,” said Mr. Soutzouoglu.
According to the KEE leader , in the new “government” the KEE will control 8 “ministries” and the other two parties will control from one “ministry”.
The list of new “ministers” will be presented to Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar on Monday. This will be followed by the vote of confidence in the “parliament”.
Erichurman disagrees with the Turkish plan for Varos
The leader of the Republican Turkish Party (RTK) made statements regarding the Cyprus issue. Speaking on a webcast in the occupied territories, Tufan Erhiurman said that the RTK disagreed with the National Unity Party (KEE) over the issue of Varos and the future of the negotiations.
RTK and the KEE discussed the formation of a new “government” in the occupied territories. concerns the internal T/C political scene.
Noting that PTC links the course of the Turkish economy with the developments in the Cyprus issue, Mr. Erhiurman added that, “direct flight means much more tourism. The issue of Varos is an issue that we need to negotiate with the UN. We request the operation of roadblocks in Louroutzina, at the gates of Paphos and Famagusta. We believe that these must be put on the right ground in order for our position in the negotiations with the EU and the UN to be strong. The Cyprus issue is not only a matter of negotiations, but also a challenge for the Turkish Cypriots to meet with the outside world. “The importance of this challenge is now being understood in the field of security as well.”
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