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Cypriot presidential election, 2018 - Wikipedia

Presidential elections will be held in Cyprus on 28 January 2018. Contents. [hide]. 1 Electoral system; 2 Candidates. 2.1 Confirmed. 3 Opinion polls; 4 References. Electoral system[edit]. The President of Cyprus is elected using the two-round system; if no candidate gets a majority in the first round of voting, a run-off will be...

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Elections in Cyprus - Wikipedia

President Makarios distanced himself from his earlier enosis convictions in his 1968 presidential campaign and argued for the independence of Cyprus. He declared that Enosis was wishable but independence was possible. His opponent was the psychiatrist Takis Evdokas who was campaigning for Enosis. Makarios won...

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Cypriot legislative election, 1970 - Wikipedia

Parliamentary elections were held in Cyprus on 5 July 1970. The result was a victory for Eniaion, which won 15 of the 35 seats despite AKEL receiving a far larger share of the vote. Results[edit]. Cyprus 1970.png. Party, Votes, %, Seats, +/–. AKEL, 68,229, 43.4, 9, +4. Eniaion, 39,159, 24.9, 15, New. Progressive Front...

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Cypriot legislative election, 2006 - Wikipedia

Parliamentary elections were held in Cyprus on 21 May 2006. AKEL and the Democratic Rally both won 18 of the 56 seats. Voter turnout was 89.0%. Results[edit]. Cyprus 2006.png. Parties, Votes, %, ±pp, Seats, +/–. Progressive Party of Working People (Anorthotiko Komma Ergazomenou Laou), 131,066, 31.13, -3.6, 18, -2.

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Cypriot presidential election, 1988 - Wikipedia

Presidential elections were held in Cyprus on 14 February 1988, with a second round on 21 February. They were the first presidential elections in the country's history to go to a second round, and resulted in a victory for George Vassiliou as an independent candidate supported by AKEL after he finished as the runner-up...

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