12° Nicosia,
06 April, 2020


Displaying results 91-120 of 317 matches for query election.

91. They are not Europe

Britain and the chaos that has taken over the country is the biggest sign of what dangerous populism can do if it is underestimated, but it is not the only example...

92. Brexit may be put back to the people Hammond says

93. Israel to hold new elections after Netanyahu fails to form coalition

94. The election results and ND’s next challenge

95. How much longer?

I wonder whether all this time since the economic crisis was enough to make us really angry, and I mean, really angry, not the kind of anger where one can go on social media to vent but a deeper feeling of rage...

96. A new chapter for Greece

97. Monnet or Orban?

When a vision ceases to create prosperity for the great masses it suddenly becomes a nightmare...

98. Against all odds

99. EU vote across Europe

100. After defeat, Greek PM calls for snap elections

101. Cyprus' MEPs pledge to work together

Republic of Cyprus’ six newly-elected Members of the European Parliament pledged to work to promote the national problem and the issues facing the people on the island...

102. DISY maintains leadership with 29.01% of the vote

103. Elections 2019: Cyprus chooses

104. Cypriots go to the polls

Polls opened on Sunday morning in the Republic of Cyprus where 72 candidates are competing for one of six seats at the European parliament...

105. Final instructions for European Elections in Cyprus

106. May's job in peril as Brits head to polls

107. Did someone say Europe?

We are just days away from elections and it seems that we need to be reminded about which elections we are talking about...

108. JPMorgan sees Boris Johnson as next PM

109. Turkish officials in Athens for CBM talks

110. Daughter of DISY founder ambivalent on Kizilyurek

111. Kathimerini Poll: Sixth seat up in the air

112. Toxic environment

The elections will be over in a few days and base politics will take their place, along with voter abstention after all ballots are counted. But one thing that cannot be measured is the damage to the rapprochement effort caused by this drawn-out argument...

113. So are we racists?

It’s the latest subject tossed around in various panels, following reports in the foreign media that have zoomed in on all of us...

114. Our “mighty power”

I have said many times that impunity, irresponsibility, and the lack of accountability, have hit hard on our ill-fated society in the last half century and I have documented these misfortunes...

115. Cry havoc!

116. Cyprus on track to miss EU recycling targets

117. Tusk: The EU stands united behind Cyprus

118. Greek PM unveils tax, pension relief measures ahead of elections

Greece’s lefist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Tuesday unveiled additional tax and pension “relief measures,” weeks before a European Parliament election....

119. Way forward in Greek-Turkish relations uncertain

120. Two worlds on a collision course

When Nicos Anastasiades was campaigning in 2013 for the presidency in the Republic of Cyprus under the banner “leadership in times of crisis” many people bought into the idea that the leader on the right would recognize the gravity of the situation and had a plan ready to get the country out of a tight spot...