Greek Cypriots elect Anastasiades to presidency

New conservative president and head of government promises to secure a bail-out swiftly.

Nicos Anastasiades, a conservative, was yesterday (24 February) elected president of Cyprus, beating his left-wing opponent by 15 percentage points and ending five years of left-wing rule over the divided island’s ethnic-Greek community.

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