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so called because of the re-unification paper tabled by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. It was the basis for the referendum in Cyprus on 24th April 2004. Both communities – Greek and Turkish Cypriots – had to decide on their own future. The 9.000-page-plan (includig all special rules) proposed political, legal and social regulations for an united Cyprus: constitution, public holydays, the right to return in the respective other part of the island and the reduction of the military presence of foreign states, just to name a few. At the referendum 75,83% of  the Greek Cypriots vote against and 64,91% of the Turkish Cypriots in favour of the plan.

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