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REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS PASSPORT STORIES

ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ (GREEK) TÜRKÇE (TURKISH)

Every Turkish Cypriot and every “Turk who fraudulently provided a birth certificate”, including the most prominent politicians who root for a separate state, or equal sovereignty in the TRNC, has a Republic of Cyprus Passport…

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Tomorrow, if the Greek Cypriot side does as it pleases and says, “OK, you leave and establish your own state”, even the most fascist of us will never give up their “Republic of Cyprus Passport”!

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So do not listen to the rantings of Mr. Ersin [Tatar] and Mr. Tahsin [Ertuğruloğlu]; we demand them to “hand their passports over”, they don’t!
 Even if they would, their closest ones wouldn’t, and their families would be torn apart!

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You see, the claim of a “separate and independent equal sovereign state” is a farce; even they themselves do not believe it. If they believe it, let them hand their Republic of Cyprus passports over and let’s see it for ourselves!

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Oh, do you know what? Recently a Greek Cypriot working in a citizenship and immigration-related department in the Republic of Cyprus called a Turkish Cypriot friend of his… “Gardaşimu, anipşimu [my brother, my cousin] where is Batman in Cyprus?” he asked!

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So the Turkish Cypriot said, “Batman is not in Cyprus, man, it is in the South Eastern region of Turkey”, and wondered why his Greek Cypriot friend asked this question:
 The officer said: “… Because there are many Turkish Cypriots among those who apply for citizenship, declaring their place of birth as Batman”…

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Of course, the truth was soon revealed! It turns out that since the Republic of Cyprus does not issue passports to those whose mother and/or father are not Turkish Cypriots, and since it says it’s easier to get a passport if you are born in Turkey [than in Cyprus],
 some of these people found a hospital and a doctor in Batman. Whoever pays, somehow gets a birth certificate or something! So, right or wrong, issuing a passport [now] is impossible for those whose place of birth is Batman!

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In the meantime, some of the more clever ones have been impersonating dead Turkish Cypriots… One of them, a man, was caught and I think he is still in jail in South Nicosia… He was issued a passport with the identity of his deceased brother-in-law… He was caught!

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And now people have been talking about a very, very famous name!
 He is from Turkey!
 However, in the TRNC, they gave him a “fake birth certificate” in the name of a deceased person… It is known that the parents of the deceased person were from Paphos… The parents are from Paphos, and our “forger” is from Crete… He got his passport! He is now a citizen of the Republic of Cyprus!

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The interesting thing is that both the TRNC Police and the Republic of Cyprus Police know about this issue!

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Those who get passports with such fake identities, or documents, are blocking the way for our children who have the right to claim citizenship; my advice is for them to not to cross to the South again…

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And I repeat: Hundreds of thousands of Cyprus-born people whose parents, or grandparents are from Turkey, want to receive a Republic of Cyprus Passport and they are currently not able to do so… The Republic of Cyprus wants to issue passports to those who have the right to it, but due to the frauds in the past, they are keeping a tight grip on this matter!

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Let’s solve the Cyprus problem… Let everyone claim their right to their identity!
 May the occupation come to an end, let no one be considered an occupier!

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The course of the current system, or structure, prevents “Cypriotisation”, and encourages, or approves “Greek Cypriotisation”, a topic I will cover another day!

Source: REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS PASSPORT STORIES

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SERHAT İNCİRLİ | YENİDÜZEN
I was born in Pendaia - Lefke in 1967. I completed my primary and secondary education in Gaziveren, Lefke and Morphou. I graduated from the Public Administration Department of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences of Gazi University in Ankara in 1989. I worked at Kıbrıs, Yenidüzen, Londra Toplum Postası, Avrupa (Afrika), Gıynık, Gündem Kıbrıs newspapers. I worked as a producer and presenter at Kıbrıs TV, Kanal T and Sim Tv. Currently I work as a producer at Sim Tv and publish daily articles in Yenidüzen.

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