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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 13-02-17

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


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  • [01] Voting began smoothly in Athens for Cyprus` presidential elections
  • [02] All set for Sunday`s presidential elections in Cyprus

  • [01] Voting began smoothly in Athens for Cyprus` presidential elections

    Voting in Athens for the presidential elections in Cyprus began smoothly at all polling stations.

    The voting began at 0700 local time (0500 GMT) and will end at 1800 for the 3,149 registered voters in Greece.

    Polling stations have been set up in Athens, Salonica, Volos, Ioannina, Komotini, Larisa and Patra, as well as Crete and Rhodes.

    [02] All set for Sunday`s presidential elections in Cyprus

    Chief Returning Officer Andreas Assiotis expressed confidence that the election process will run smoothly and that the candidates and their supporters as well as all involved in the procedure will behave accordingly.

    A total of 545,491 people are expected to vote in Sunday's elections, including 311 enclaves (Greek Cypriot who live in the northern Turkish occupied territories). 14,441 Cypriots will vote at the 40 polling stations that will operate abroad. A total of 1,139 polling stations will operate for the elections.

    The final result will be announced at around 2030 local time (1830 GMT). If no candidate secures 50% plus one vote on Sunday, there will be a run off election on the 24th of February.


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