Anything less will lead to more trouble and suffering because it will be yet another criminal attempt to compromise/undermine universal principles. In 1960 we tried that. Then something interesting happened. Cypriots realised the injustice agreed upon by its leaders was simply too much. And they, with lots of outside "help", made things much worse, although they meant well and they had justice and universal principles on their side. The same will inevitably happen if the solution to Cyprus's Turko-British-Turkish Cypriot conundrum is NOT free of compromise against universal values, the kind of compromise that aims to satisfy foreign interests or illogical demands by any minority group.
How do we know if the rights for the minority community are just? If they are rights that Turks would not mind granting Kurds then we will know they are just. Recall that Kurds' and Cypriots' main problem is common: the Turkish state! A state that in one case sides with the minority (Cyprus) and in the other ("Turkey") with the majority. In both cases using military force to achieve its objectives.
We Cypriots must break the cycle.We need to be proactive.
We need a REFERENDUM.
The referendum's question should be which of the two you feel is best suited for Cyprus:
1. UNITARY STATE, devoid of apartheid, geographical division and foreign intervention rights
- or -
I personally predict a 92% in favor of the unitary state option.