Presidential Elections 2023 – Repeat election: Statement by the Chief Returning Officer, Dr Costas Constantinou, on the final percentage of voter turnout
The final voter turnout, according to the available data, has reached 72,2% of the total of registered voters. That is to say, 405,086 citizens went to the polling stations to exercise their right to vote.
Compared to the first round, the turnout reached 72%, which indicates an increase of 0.2%.
For comparison purposes, it is noted that during the previous Presidential Elections of 2018, the final voter turnout was 73,1%, which indicates a slight increase in abstention of 0.9%.
Specifically, the voter turnout by District is as follows:
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS 2021
In conclusion, and while waiting for the final results, I would like to thank the media representatives for the constructive cooperation we had, but also for the immediate and objective coverage of the elections.
The counting of votes continues, and very soon we will know the name of the candidate who will be the new President of the Republic of Cyprus.
As soon as the official final results are available, we will make our next announcement and then we will go to the “TASSOS PAPADOPOULOS-ELEFTHERIA” stadium for the proclamation of the new President of the Republic.