Dimitris Kourkoulas writes about the Cypriot elections, analyzing the profile of the two candidates, Nikos Christodoulidis and Andreas Mavroyiannis, and explaining why the election of the new President of Cyprus is sure to have a decisive impact both on the course of efforts to resolve the Cyprus issue and on the handling of domestic challenges relating to the effective functioning of the state and the fight against corruption.

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