Voters in parliamentary election showed their dissatisfaction with UBP party, seen as corrupt and too subservient to Turkey Efforts are set to begin on forming a coalition government in the breakaway Turkish republic of northern Cyprus after the rightwing National Unity party won parliamentary elections but failed to secure a majority in parliament. In a setback for forces seeking to reunite the island’s feuding ethnic communities, the UBP won 35.6% and 21 seats in the 50-member House – a reflection of its control over the levers of power after 27 years in office. The...
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