2018 Northern Cyprus parliamentary election

Election in Northern Cyprus
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The 2018 Northern Cyprus parliamentary election was held on 7 January 2018. It was held to elect the 50 members of the Assembly of the Republic.[1]

The election was a victory for the National Unity Party and other right-wing parties.[2][3]

PartiesEdit

The United Cyprus Party (BKP) was in an alliance with the TKP-YG. As such, BKP members ran for Parliament under the TKP-YG name.[4] The New Cyprus Party refused to join the alliance.[5]

ResultsEdit

Parties Results[6] Total seats
Votes % Seats +/−
National Unity Party 1,907,030 35.6% 21 +7
Republican Turkish Party 1,121,478 20.9% 12 –9
People's Party 915,666 17.1% 9 new
Communal Democracy Party 463,081 8.6% 3 +1
Democratic Party 420,102 7.8% 2 –10
Rebirth Party 375,113 7.0% 3 new
Communal Liberation Party-New Forces 143,645 2.7% 0 0
Nationalist Democracy Party 7,083 0.1% 0 new
Independents 6,951 0.1% 0 0
Totals 5,360,149 100.0% 50 0

ReferencesEdit

  1. Gökhan Altıner. "Seçim kesin 7 Ocak ve son anket sonuçları!". Kıbrıs Postası. Retrieved 2017-10-17.
  2. "Kuzey Kıbrıs'ta seçimin galibi merkez sağ oldu, sol büyük oy kaybetti". BBC Turkish. Retrieved 8 January 2018.
  3. "KKTC'de seçimin galibi sağ partiler". Gazete Duvar. Retrieved 8 January 2018.
  4. ""Değişim ve Kurtuluş İttifakı" kuruluyor!". kibrisgazetesi.com. Retrieved 2017-10-25.
  5. "BKP'DEN AÇIKLAMA". kibrisgenctv.com. Retrieved 2017-10-25.
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