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There is growing hope on the small island in the eastern Mediterranean that 2016 could see a solution to the 41-year-old Cyprus problem following a recent positive rapprochement of the leaders of both the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities.
In the Greek controlled south, currently the solely recognized government on the island, there is optimism that a solution can be reached as both the ruling center-right party DISY and left wing AKEL, the main opposition party, are backing the current UN-brokered talks. Combined the two parties form a majority in the south. But, despite this, the emotional nature of the subject at hand means that even these parties’ supporters cannot be expected to blindly follow their leadership.
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