12° Nicosia,
13 August, 2020


Displaying results 121-150 of 327 matches for query election.

121. Kathimerini Poll: Sixth seat up in the air

122. 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...

123. 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...

124. 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...

125. Cry havoc!

126. Cyprus on track to miss EU recycling targets

127. Tusk: The EU stands united behind Cyprus

128. 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....

129. Way forward in Greek-Turkish relations uncertain

130. 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...

131. Political Will

132. Opposition flaws are democracy’s problem

133. Forging a common policy line

134. Changes and romantic conceit

With the United States under Trump’s protectionism, moves on the geostrategic playing field seem to be altering the landscape considerably...

135. Caution and prudence

136. EU elections poll: DISY leads, AKEL follows

137. The Israeli elections and Greece

138. Netanyahu secures election victory

139. May asks EU for Brexit extension to June 30

British Prime Minister Theresa May wrote to European Council President Donald Tusk on Friday asking for a delay of Brexit until up to June 30, but said she still hopes to get Britain out of the EU earlier to avoid it participating in European elections...

140. Votes in eight Istanbul districts to be recounted

141. President Anastasiades: Political cost preferable to letting go of Finance Minister

142. Greek PM travels to North Macedonia

143. Erdogan pays electoral price for Turkey's tumbling economy

144. Change UK: Britain to get a new political party

145. 'Spectacular display of indecision' as referendum gets most votes

146. UK PM May expected to indicate a date for quitting

147. Westward Bound

148. Turkey’s threats and Greece’s strength

149. Katrougalos eyes 'positive agenda,' Cavusoglu economic cooperation

150. Brexit delayed: British PM May requests three month extension