This all changed when a "Turkey"-supported (UK too) constitution was imposed on Cypriots which stipulated exclusive education in Greek for the Greek Cypriot majority and in Turkish for the Turkish Cypriot minority.
"Turkey" today is about where Cyprus was in the 50s and 60s, with ethnic related tensions having peaked at most dangerous levels. Many fear a full-blown civil war might erupt. Steps to defuse the crisis are urgently needed.
It is therefore imperative to ask:
Would ethnic Turks support full exclusive education in Kurdish for their 20 million or so Kurdish minority community like they once insisted for the Turkish Cypriot minority of Cyprus?
Most importantly, where do ethnic-Turk leaders Erdogan & Davutoglu, and last but not least, the leader of the Turkish Cypriot minority stand on the issue?