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The Re-Regulatory Regime Of A Reunifi Ed Cyprus: A Hypothetical Instance Of 'Full' Integration?

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Protocol 10 provides in Article 4 a legal basis for the adaptation by the Council of the terms of accession of the Turkish Cypriot community to the European Union (EU) in the event of a settlement following accession. The enabling clause apparently only provides for the adaptation of the terms of accession, as opposed to providing for derogations from the terms of accession for the Turkish Cypriot community. This chapter concerns with the nature and the scope of the adjustments envisaged under the enabling clause. The Commission presented the framework of the Draft Act of Adaptation as encompassing "all the decisions to be taken by the Council". It is however unlikely that the re-regulatory regime of a unified Cyprus as envisaged in this framework contained all indispensable elements leading to the full integration of Cyprus into the EU.

Keywords: Cyprus; European integration; European Union (EU); regulatory regime; Turkish Cypriot community

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