Christodoulides won the presidential elections in Cyprus with 51.91 percent of the votes.
ATHENS, February 12 – RIA Novosti. In Cyprus, the independent candidate Nikos Christodoulides won the presidential election – after counting 100% of the votes, he won 51.91% of the votes, the official results are published by the Cyprus Interior Ministry responsible for running the elections.
The independent candidate Andreas Mavroyannis, supported by the main opposition party, the Progressive Party of Cyprus Workers (AKEL), received 48.09% of the votes.
The turnout rate of the voters included in the voting lists was 72.45%.
Later, the head of the electoral commission, Kostas Konstantinou, will officially announce the name of the new president of Cyprus at a special ceremony to be held at the Tassos Papadopoulos – Eleftheria stadium.
The President of Cyprus is elected for five years.
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