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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 08-01-03

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <http://www.cyna.org.cy>


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  • [01] INTERIOR MINISTER NEW VOTERS

  • [01] INTERIOR MINISTER NEW VOTERS

    Cyprus Interior Minister Christos Patsalides expressed his satisfaction with the number of new voters that have been registered on the electoral roll to be eligible to vote in Februarys presidential elections.

    Patsalides told CNA that 15.608 new voters were registered during the last three months, adding that according to the data of the competent authorities 12,000 more should have registered.

    Patsalides added though that the campaign for the registration of new voters was successful.

    Invited to say if there will be any consequences for those who failed to register, he said this issue would be examined in cooperation with the Attorney General.

    As regards the number of presidential candidates, Patsalides said that even though candidacies will be officially submitted on January 18, unofficially there are many persons who have asked for information, apart from the already known candidates.

    Current Cyprus President Tassos Papadopoulos, House of Representatives President and General Secretary of left-wing AKEL Demetris Christofias, former Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides, former Agriculture Minister Costas Themistocleous, Member of the European Parliament Marios Matsakis and businessman Andreas Efstratiou have already announced their decision to run for the presidency in February.


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