Why does the case of Cyprus remain closed if the only responsible for the betrayal was the military regime?

Thursday, 3 August2017 - 14:37

Why does the case of Cyprus remain closed if the only responsible for the betrayal was the military regime?

It is certain that the betrayal of our Cyprus in 1974 involved military and not only them.

Read, on the relative subject from the Greek Parliament Proceedings:

"NIKOLAOS MICHALOLIAKOS (General Secretary of the People's Association - Golden Dawn): If the treason was only from the Junta why don’t you give to the Greek people the Cyprus File - which you keep sealed and hidden - and let it be known that on the 14th of August that the operation Attila 2 was launched, Greece was not governed by the Junta, but by the Metapolitefsi (the modern regime reform/change after the fall of junta in 1974) which led from this betrayal to the present situation.
NIKOLAOS FILIS: Shame!

NIKOLAOS MICHALOLIAKOS: Shame on you, Bolshevik!

When Arapakis took part in the celebrations of the Metapolitefsi

Following the previous excerpt from the proceedings, there is the next question inside the Greek Parliament, which was also not answered. Read from the Greek Parliament Proceedings:

"NIKOLAOS MICHALOLIAKOS (Secretary General of the People's Association - Golden Dawn): Really now that we are talking about the betrayal of Cyprus. The submarines in Kyrenia were not sent by Arapakis, who was an honoured guest every 24th of July for the celebration of the Metapolitefsi from New Democracy, PASOK and the other democratic forces.  Was it Junta’s falt that Arapakis, was honoured by the democrats, and withhold his ranks and all that? The names of the ones who betrayed Cyprus must be revealed, the ones who did not allow the submarines to engage, the ones who did not allow airplanes F4 to engage, the ones who said "Cyprus is too far away". This is the great betrayal of Cyprus.

I will conclude with this, Mr President. We have submitted two applications, one in the beginning of 2013 and one in 2016, one to the former President of the Greek Parliament and one to you, Mr. Voutsis, in order to get access to the Cyprus Folder. It is inconceivable that professors and technocrats who worked on them and the House of Cyprus are acquainted with these secret documents, but not the Members of the Greek Parliament, the Representatives of the Nation with the vote of the Greek people.”