Cypriots happy with EU

The latest Eurobarometer reveals that seven out of ten Cypriots believe that their country has benefited from being an EU member state, impacting both the nation and their personal lives. Just six


Presidential elections cost €7 mln

The cost of February’s presidential elections is estimated at €7 mln, based on the expenditures in the Interior Ministry’s budget. Cypriots vote on Sunday, but opinion polls suggest it will go to

Rating agencies turn spotlight on elections

Credit rating agencies are keeping an eye on Cyprus’ presidential elections in February to conclude how the island’s new administration will be running public finances, say economists. Rating agencies will launch a

Over 560,000 voters registered for Presidential Elections

Approximately 561,000 voters are registered to vote in February’s Presidential Elections; Chief Returning Officer Costas Constantinou told the Cyprus News Agency. According to Constantinou, approximately 1,150 polling stations, 35 are abroad, will

Ukraine key for Archbishop elections

The thorny issue of recognising the recently proclaimed independence of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and Russia’s invasion is decisive in the campaign for the Archbishop’s throne. Almost half of the Holy Synod

Presidential Elections to cost €7 mln

Higher cost of living and rising inflating will bloat the bill for the Presidential Elections 2023 in February by €2 mln compared to those held in 2018. The budget of the Ministry