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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 11-05-22

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS PARTIES

  • [01] PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS PARTIES

    The main opposition party, the right wing Democratic Rally (DISY), topped the polls in Sundays parliamentary elections, gaining 138,614 votes and a comfortable lead of 34.27% against the ruling left wing AKEL party, which rallied in second position with 132,163 votes and 32.67%.

    Both parties have increased their share of the vote, compared with the corresponding percentage in the 2006 parliamentary elections.

    DISYs percentage in the 2006 parliamentary elections was 30.52%, gaining 3.75% in todays poll. In the same poll in 2006, AKEL got 31.31% share of the vote, registering 1.36 in todays poll.

    The biggest upset of the night was the number of abstentions, reaching 113,282 or 21.32%, an unprecedented development in parliamentary elections.

    A total of 418,181 ballots were counted, 404,518 were valid, 8,693 invalid and 4,970 were blank.

    The government coalition partner, the Democratic Party (DIKO), from 17.98% share of the vote in 2006 lost a 2.22%, reaching 15.77% or 63,783 votes while EDEK Movement of Social Democrats maintained its percentages with 36,119 votes or 8.93% a slight drop of 0.03%.

    The European Party secured (EVROKO) 15,712 votes or 3.88%, reducing the percentage it achieved in the 2006 elections by -1.90%.

    The Green Party garnered 8,954 votes, increasing its share of the vote from 1.96% in the 2006 poll to 2.21%.

    The newly founded National Peoples Front (ELAM) secured 4,350 votes or 1.08% while the Office of Citizen Rights (LASOK) rallied behind with 2,668 votes and a 0.66% percent, going up by 0.42%.

    The Independent Citizens Movement Balance (ZYGOS) got 858 votes (0.21%), while the Cypriot Progressive Cooperation (KY.PRO.S) 709 0.18%. Independent candidates Kyriakos (Kostas) Outopos 235 0.06%, Andreas Efstratiou 213 (0.05%), Konstantinos Neofytos 45 (0.01%) Stavrou Pampos. 39 0.01%, Pierides Antonis. 36 0.01% and Stavrou Loukas 20 0.00%.

    PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS FINAL RESULTS

    Pancyprian results at 100% of registered voters in parliamentary elections are as follows:

    A total of 418,181 ballots were counted, 404,518 were valid, 8,693 invalid, 4,970 blank and there were 113,282 abstentions.

    Votes went to:

    DISY 138,614 34.27% AKEL 132,163 32.67% DIKO 63,783 15.77% EDEK 36,119 8.93% EVROKO 15,712 3.88% GREENS 8,954 2.21% ELAM 4,350 1.08% LASOK 2,668 0.66% ZYGOS 858 0.21% KY.PRO.S 709 0.18% KYRIAKOU K. 235 0.06% EFSTRATIOU A. 213 0.05% CONSTANTINOU N. 45 0.01% STAVROU P. 39 0.01% PIERIDIS A. 36 0.01% STAVROU L. 20 0.01%

    3. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS TURNOUT

    4. PRESIDENT ELECTIONS STATEMENT


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