Cyprus' incumbent President Nicos Anastasiades won a new 5-year term in office capturing 55.99 percent of the vote during Sunday’s run-off election against Stavros Malas.
Anastasiades, 71, has taken credit for steering the Cypriot economy out of a financial crisis that began in 2013 under the previous Marxist AKEL administration. Anastasiades' cabinet is expected to meet for the first time on Thursday, but the newly re-elected president may begin discussing the details of the new administration...
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