The Cypriot ruling right-centre Democratic Rally (DISY) won the parliamentary elections in Cyprus, gathering 30.69 percent of the popular vote.
The win of the DISY was expected but the two most striking news after Sunday’s elections was the entering of the National Popular Front (ELAM) in the parliament and the high level of abstention.
Abstention was recorded at 33.26 percent and according to Cypriot news agency Sigma Live one out of the three Cypriot voters didn’t go to vote either becau...
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