Manifesto

Manifesto

As you read through my detailed manifesto, be warned. Some of my manifesto pledges are very radical and will not go down well with many in the Cyprus establishment who have controlled and allegedly milked our country for years.

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Join Andronicos

So, would you like to apply to become a minister in our new government, or MP for the new political party? Or can you recommend someone special who can help transform Cyprus?

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Donation

Donation

I am reaching out for your help. Any contribution will be highly appreciated,and rest assured that it makes a big difference.

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Andronicos' Plan For Cyprus

The following mosaic shows the very short version of the big and radical manifesto that I wrote for your consideration:

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Where I come from...

I would like to share my family history and migration experiences. Three of my grandparents were Greek Cypriots from Nicosia, Famagusta, and Dali respectively. They legally moved to Egypt for a better life in the 1910s to 1923. Had it been illegal to do so, I’m quite sure they would have chosen another country. What they did not do upon arrival was claim welfare benefits off the Egyptian state. Both my grandfathers got jobs in Cairo because it was legal to do so. One was a waiter, the other worked for a small confectionery factory he ended up managing until his sudden death. Sadly, both died in 1956, before I was born.

My maternal grandmother fled Constantinople (Istanbul) and legally moved to Egypt in the early 1920s aged 17 because of the Anatolian genocide against ethnic Greeks. Had Egypt turned my yaya away, my mother and I would never have been born; nor would my four children and grandson. We owe Egypt our lives. I will be forever grateful that Egypt did not turn its nose up at my family because they were relatively poor, looked different, were Orthodox Christians, ate strange Greek/Cypriot food, and dressed the European way.

Vote Andronicos

Cyprus needs a strong independent president. A transparent president. An honest president.

Paraphrasing Steve Jobs, I invite you to ‘think different’ and give me, an experienced CEO and entrepreneur, the chance to lead the way to a better and more prosperous Cyprus. Here are some endorsements I’ve got, that you can see on my LinkedIn page:

Management 100%
Start-ups 95%
Management Consulting 75%

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I will be a president who is prepared to make compromises, but not one mired by political dirt nor one controlled by political parties or special interest groups. I invite you to read my manifesto, register to vote and help me transform Cyprus in 24 months together.

Let’s get rid of the political dinosaurs together, because: Amateurs practise until they get it right, but professionals practise until they can’t get it wrong.’

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