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Corruption more important than the unresolved Cyprus issue in the occupied territories

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    What do the results of a survey conducted in May using the personal interview method with a sample of 1,400 people throughout occupied Cyprus show

    Corruption, bribery and lack of meritocracy stand out as the most important problem in the occupied territories, according to survey results of the company Statica, which was conducted in May using the personal interview method with a sample of 1,400 people throughout occupied Cyprus, based on 210,000 voters.

    According to the Press and Information Office, Jeni Duzen who refers today to the results – like other newspapers – writes that the company announced that the survey was carried out on behalf of RTK, which is first in the preferences of the respondents with KEE second.

    < p>As second most serious problem, the participants indicated the unsolved Cyprus problem and as third the economy, purchasing power, devaluation of the TL.

    “The Cyprusis still on the agenda of many citizens”, columnist Cenk Mutlujakali reports in his column today in Jeni Duzen, adding that a majority of 49.64% want “good and harmonious relations with Turkey”, according to the survey. However, those who say that “Turkey's interests and sensitivities should come first” remain at just 5%.

    To the question “what would make you happier”, the 81% answered the increase in purchasing power, 73% the improvement of health services and 65% the improvement of education.

    40% said they wanted “early elections”, while 37% said that ” no need”.

    According to the survey, RTK is first with a percentage of 35.07% and KEE is second with a percentage of 28.29%. The combined votes – horizontal voting amount to 11.71%, the Renaissance Party gets 2%, the People's Party 1.07% and the rest of the parties do not even exceed 1.%.

    In the question, who they would like as “president of the tdvc” and as a representative of the Turkish Cypriot community in the world, the leader of the RTK, Tufan Erhurman, receives a percentage of 42.64%, while the current Turkish Cypriot leader receives a percentage of 31.21%. 14.7% did not answer the question, while the fourth choice is Kudret Ozersai with a percentage of only 2.71%.

    Moutloujakali writes that despite the results of the poll it does not appear that there will be any “premature” elections”, since there is no such demand from society.

    He notes as very important the fact that Erhurman reaches a percentage of 42.64%, much higher than the percentage of his party.

    The columnist believes that they are heading rapidly towards a two-party era, but he does not think that in an “election” process only two parties will pass the limit.

    Source: cyprustimes.com

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