Success for ELAM in the elections on Cyprus

by / Monday, 23 May 2016 / Published in Europe

The nationalistic party ELAM (the National Popular Front) will take two seats in the parliament after obtaining 3.7 percent in the parliamentary elections on Cyprus yesterday.

ELAM was founded in 2008 and become an approved political party in 2011. ELAM took part in the parliamentary elections in 2011 and received 1.08 percent of the votes. Since then they have continued to work for the nationalistic cause and strengthen their position, which yesterday’s election proves.

This is yet another big day for the nationalistic forces in Europe and from the Alliance for Peace and Freedom we send our congratulations to the president of ELAM, Christos Christou and all of the Cypriot nationalists who have made this possible.

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