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#1 Mar 2, 2012
Terrible - there was me thinking the Greeks like to uphold the rule of law.
#2 Mar 2, 2012
I don't know what Greeks do in their country but it was sheer stupid and senseless for the Government of Cyprus to sue ladies all over 75 playing cards for leisure in a home.
But let me enlighten you on something I am sure you do not have a clue in. Did you know that there are British Passports for persons who are residents of the United Kingdom and British Passports (Overseas)the holders of which need a visa to enter the United Kingdom and are barred from living and working in the United Kingdom.
If you can name me one other country on earth that applies such laws please keep me updated.
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