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A friendly gesture and a gift are one and the same

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It’s quite astonishing that our President can’t see that a friendly gesture on behalf of the businessman and a gift is the same thing.

It’s a bribe or to put it more formally, quid pro quo.

It has nothing to do with “saving taxpayers money”. When was this of any concern to him anyway?

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While Ant went a step further…

This is not a question of tax payer’s money. This is simply a question of ethics and behaviour.

For a person holding ANY public office, there can be only one response to an offer to pay for private jets from a businessman. That is: Thank you but no thanks…

Anything else is pure hypocrisy and arguably smells heavily of corruption. Favours for favours etc…

Such behaviour of a person in elected office should result in his immediate resignation.

Anastasiades reportedly took earlier trip on businessman’s private jet

 



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