“The main issue is to successfully respond to the expectations of the Cypriot people”, stressed the candidate for the Presidency of the Republic of Cyprus
Nicos Christodoulidis, the candidate for the Presidency of the Republic of Cyprus, exercised his right to vote at the 1st Primary School of Geroskipou, Center 4 in Paphos.
Immediately afterwards, in his statements to journalists, Mr. Christodoulidis said the following: “I just exercised my right to vote on a very significant day for me, it’s a sunny day today. Something I keep from this long pre-election campaign is that the Cypriot people know, understand and know very well what is at stake in the elections, what are the dilemmas before them. And I have complete confidence in the judgment of the Cypriot people. I know very well that the Cypriot people want to create hope and perspective, hope and perspective for the entire people, for us and our children.”
“It is very important, since we want the same things, that there is a massive participation in the polls. Abstinence is not an option. Abstinence simply ensures the continuation of all that bothers us. And most importantly, may the day after the election find us all united. The problems, the challenges – as I have mentioned many times in this pre-election campaign – have neither a political color nor an ideological origin and we can, clearly, better, through a collective effort, meet the expectations of the Cypriot people. I said it last week, I want to repeat it today, the main issue is to successfully respond to the expectations of the Cypriot people, regardless of party origin, regardless of ideological color, unaffiliated voters, new voters. The problems, the challenges – I repeat – need common approaches and yes we can ensure this collectiveness, which at the end of the day is also a demand of the Cypriot people. Thank you very much”, added Mr. Anastasiadis.
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