Voting in Cyprus for the European Parliament elections ended at 1800 with a turnout of 42.8%

Voting in Cyprus for the European Parliament elections ended at 1800 with a turnout of 42.8%, Chief Returing Officer Kypros Kyprianou told reporters.

Voting ended at all 1,095 polling stations set up across the government-controlled areas of the Republic, including 50 for Turkish Cypriots living in the Turkish-occupied areas of the Republic of Cyprus, who have the right to vote.

The percentage of those who voted and the relevant percentages of previous elections are:

EuroElections 2019

Euro Elections

2014

House Elections

2016

Presidential

2018

Nicosia:

49,2%

41,97%

65,50%

72,23%

Limassol:

44,2%

45,57%

66,09%

70,38%

Famagusta:

48,3%

34,33%

67,14%

72,57%

Larnaca:

50,1%

47,98%

67,94%

72,38%

Paphos:

48,3%

48,08%

72,31%

73,77%

Overseas:

62,5%

56,92%

62,97%

70,95%

Special Polling stations for T/C:

6,93%

3,19%

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Pancyprian:

42,8%

43,97%

66,74%

71,88%

The Chief Returning Officer pointed out that turnout, if the special polling stations for Turkish Cypriots are excluded, stands at 47,95% compared to 48,30% at the end of the 2014 Euro elections.

Source: Cyprus News Agency