Cyprus elections 2008 – second round

From the Cyprus Mail: “THE REFUSAL of presidential candidate Ioannis Kasoulides to repent for his ‘yes’ vote on the Annan plan cost him the backing of centre-right party DIKO, said its leader Marios Karoyan yesterday.”

The above comment is just the tip of a long, heated discussion leading to the second round of the Cyprus presidential elections, with main Cyprus political parties DISY (right-wing) and AKEL (left-wing) both claiming the presidential post.

Unfortunately, over the last few days we have seen some miserable debates between the parties and worst of all we have seen unispiring talks and political agendas that end up in facts of the past and into a long feud between the two political wings.  

Nobody can really predict the outcome, so it should be an interetsing Sunday afternoon the 24th of February, 2008.


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