• Costas Melakopides
Part of the EU Election Studies book series (EUES)

For the Republic of Cyprus, the 13 June 2004 EP elections acquired sui generis significance. As with the other nine ‘newcomers’, the event was an experience of self-evidently historic proportions and a paradigm of mixed feelings. On 24 April 2004, Greek and Turkish Cypriots voted in referendums on the future of the divided island. A ‘Yes’ vote would have led to a ‘United Cyprus Republic’ acceding to the EU on 1 May and the Euro-election following a different (logistical) course, refl ecting the new – albeit quite obscure or underarticulated – political and social realities.


Mixed Feeling Acquis Communautaire Splinter Group European Content European Issue 
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