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10.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 10:26 pm

Quoting teaschip1:

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting KeithL:

after 10 years.




what will happen after 10 years? you think that 70 millions of Turks will convert into Christianity en masse?

or do you mean that Bulgaria and Romania are 10 years ahead of Turkey???



It has nothing to do with Christianity. They must first successfully complete negotiations with the European Commission on each of the 35 chapters of the EU's acquis. So far they have only met maybe 5 out of 35.

The earliest date that Turkey could enter the EU is 2013, the date when the next financial perspectives (the EU's six year budgetary perspectives) will come into force.

Let's throw the old religion card....





You didn`t answer my second question. In what ways are Romania and Bulgaria superior to Turkey?

11.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 10:27 pm

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting teaschip1:

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting KeithL:

after 10 years.




what will happen after 10 years? you think that 70 millions of Turks will convert into Christianity en masse?

or do you mean that Bulgaria and Romania are 10 years ahead of Turkey???



It has nothing to do with Christianity. They must first successfully complete negotiations with the European Commission on each of the 35 chapters of the EU's acquis. So far they have only met maybe 5 out of 35.

The earliest date that Turkey could enter the EU is 2013, the date when the next financial perspectives (the EU's six year budgetary perspectives) will come into force.

Let's throw the old religion card....





You didn`t answer my second question

12.       teaschip
3870 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 10:34 pm

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting teaschip1:

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting KeithL:

after 10 years.




what will happen after 10 years? you think that 70 millions of Turks will convert into Christianity en masse?

or do you mean that Bulgaria and Romania are 10 years ahead of Turkey???



It has nothing to do with Christianity. They must first successfully complete negotiations with the European Commission on each of the 35 chapters of the EU's acquis. So far they have only met maybe 5 out of 35.

The earliest date that Turkey could enter the EU is 2013, the date when the next financial perspectives (the EU's six year budgetary perspectives) will come into force.

Let's throw the old religion card....





You didn`t answer my second question. In what ways are Romania and Bulgaria superior to Turkey?



Who said they were superior?

13.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 10:36 pm

Quoting teaschip1:

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting teaschip1:

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting KeithL:

after 10 years.




what will happen after 10 years? you think that 70 millions of Turks will convert into Christianity en masse?

or do you mean that Bulgaria and Romania are 10 years ahead of Turkey???



It has nothing to do with Christianity. They must first successfully complete negotiations with the European Commission on each of the 35 chapters of the EU's acquis. So far they have only met maybe 5 out of 35.

The earliest date that Turkey could enter the EU is 2013, the date when the next financial perspectives (the EU's six year budgetary perspectives) will come into force.

Let's throw the old religion card....





You didn`t answer my second question. In what ways are Romania and Bulgaria superior to Turkey?



Who said they were superior?





so how come they get into the EU (at least???) ten years earlier than Turkey?

14.       teaschip
3870 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 10:41 pm

Bulgaria and Romania have carried out an extraordinary reform process and they have gone through a remarkable transformation. They have made further progress... demonstrating their capacity to apply EU principles and legislation than Turkey has.

15.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 10:46 pm

Quoting teaschip1:

Bulgaria and Romania have carried out an extraordinary reform process and they have gone through a remarkable transformation. They have made further progress... demonstrating their capacity to apply EU principles and legislation than Turkey has.






what kind of "extarordinary" reform process have they gone through, that Turkey hasn`t?

16.       libralady
5152 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 11:03 pm

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting teaschip1:

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting KeithL:

after 10 years.




what will happen after 10 years? you think that 70 millions of Turks will convert into Christianity en masse?

or do you mean that Bulgaria and Romania are 10 years ahead of Turkey???



It has nothing to do with Christianity. They must first successfully complete negotiations with the European Commission on each of the 35 chapters of the EU's acquis. So far they have only met maybe 5 out of 35.

The earliest date that Turkey could enter the EU is 2013, the date when the next financial perspectives (the EU's six year budgetary perspectives) will come into force.

Let's throw the old religion card....





You didn`t answer my second question. In what ways are Romania and Bulgaria superior to Turkey?



Why don't you email the EuP (European Parliament) or who ever it is that allows countries into the EU.

I think you will find, they have been going through the process much longer and Turkey has to sort out the Cyprus thing. Anyway, what benefits would Turkey gain from EU membership, apart from freedom of movement? They are already a strong part of NATO and have a thriving tourist, export economy and are virtually self-sufficient when it comes to food.

Romania and Bulgaria still have huge problems with poverty and the disgusting way they treat the disabled and mentally ill and aids victims. I would not say the are superior in anyway as a country. The old communist regimes still hangs around.

17.       libralady
5152 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 11:08 pm

Bulgaria's lost Children

This was heartbreaking.

18.       caliptrix
3055 posts
 03 Apr 2008 Thu 11:09 pm

Maybe ten or some more years later, we can see the differences and we can look different to "closing/banning parties" + democracy. Who knows...

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