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Mass falsification of elections – 20,890 citizens “changed” their address

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Suspicions that something was wrong with the electoral rolls and the many requests for voter relocations seem to be confirmed. The objections were massive and almost half of them were accepted by the provincial administrations.

The Ministry of Interior has called on the Districts to record all the casesto be forwarded to the Attorney General for further investigation and for those cases where a case is established, those involved will be charged with criminal offences. . Elikkos Ilias. It is possible that these objections were organized by parties, with the General Directorof the Ministry of the Interior to state that there are indications of this, however he indicated that the relevant investigation by the Police must be completed.

It should of course be noted that there are also suspicions that the relocation applications were orchestrated by some candidates.

It is clarified that as many cases are brought to justice and convicted, the legislation provides for penalties of up to six months in prison or a 1000 euro fine or both penalties together.

The Director General of the Ministry of Interior, presented the data in relation to the objections submitted for the electoral rolls stating that 41% of the objections submitted were approved. It is noted that a total of 3,560 objections were submitted, of which 1,461 were approved and 2,099 (59%) were rejected. transfer of electoral rights due to change of address of electors.

“During the period when the electoral rolls were posted, a total of 3,560 objections were submitted, of which 559 concerned Nicosia District, 1,564 Limassol District, 102 Famagusta District, 123 Larnaca District, 1,212 Paphos District and 3 Kyrenia District”, said the General Manager. Continuing, he noted that all objections were examined by the relevant Districts”, he said.

As he said, in the Nicosia District,the municipal areas with more than 50 objections are the municipal districts of Lakatamia with 176, Anthoupolis with 69 and Aglantzia with 65, while the Communities with the most objections are Denia with 46, Flasou with 42, Saradi with 19, Byzakia with 16, Pachyammos with 14 and Arediou with 13. 272 ​​of the objections of Nicosia District or 49% were approved, while 287 or 51% were rejected.

In Limassol District, the mayorsareas with more than 50 objections are the municipal apartments of Mesa Geitonia with 445, Kato Polemidion with 197, Ypsona with 110, Limassol with 89 and Agios Tychonas with 50. The communities for which the largest number of objections were submitted are Finii with 136, Fasoula with 46, Lofou, Zoopigi and Apsio with 43, Pissouri with 35 and Agios Georgios Sylikou with 24. 872 or 56% of Limassol's objections were approved, while 692 or 44% were rejected.< /p>

In the Province of Famagusta, the only municipal area with more than 50 objections is the municipal district of Agia Napa, with 54 objections, while 44 objections were submitted for the municipal district of Paralimni. A total of 48 objections or 47% of Famagusta have been approved, while 54 objections or 53% were rejected.

For the Larnaca District, the municipal district of Tersefanou with 36 objections and the Communities of Zygiou and Tochni with 26 and 14 objections, respectively, are noted. Of the 123 objections submitted for Larnaca District, 12 or 10% were approved, while 111 objections or 90% were rejected.

From Paphos District, Pafos Municipality stands out with 497 objections , Pegeia with 299, Geroskipou with 62, Chloraka with 54, Konia with 28, Amargeti with 17, Neo Chorio with 16 and Pentalia with 15. Of the 1,212 objections submitted for the District Paphos, 257 or 21% were approved, while 955 objections or 79% were rejected.

For the Kyrenia District, 3 objections were submitted concerning the occupied Kormakitis, which were rejected in their entirety.

The Director General noted that the investigation may not be completed until June 9, since time is needed for documentation.

Dr. Ilias explained that, following instructions from the Minister of the Interior, it will be investigated how the legislation can be changed. Possibly, he said, one measure would be to use the address where someone lived a year before the Election

Source: www.philenews.com

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