There are nineteen new people entering the "parliament", women have increased from 8 to 11, lawyers have also increased. With the Renaissance Party (of the settlers) and despite the reactions that his candidacy had provoked, the former mufti of the T / C, Talip Atalay, was "elected". In Kyrenia, his son Mehmet Ali Talat was "elected" by RTK. None of the "MPs" who recently resigned from the party were "elected" and were transferred to the KEE.
It is noted that due to the small number of "deputies", only the two major parties KEE and RTK will have a "parliamentary group" in the new "parliament".
Of the 11 women in the new "parliament", six were "elected" by the RTK, two of the three "deputies" of the KL are women and the other three were "elected" by the KEE.
Of the 19 new people, seven are "MPs" in Nicosia and among them is Talib Atalay with the KA. His candidacy had provoked reactions in Turkey as well, as Atalay had been arrested and previously accused of being a member of Fethullah Gulen's organization. In the end, there were no charges against him. However, he is not generally considered to be close to the AKP-MHP government of Turkey.
With the RTK, the economist Devrim Barcin was "elected" in Nicosia, who was in favor of the introduction of the euro in the occupied territories.
In Famagusta three new people were "elected" and in Morphou one. In Kyrenia, four new people were "elected", including the son of the former leader of the Turkish Cypriots, Mehmet Ali Talat, Ongun. In the same "province" was elected Serhat Akpinar, owner of the "American University" of Kyrenia. With the KEE, Ahmet Savasian was "elected" for the first time a high-ranking executive of another "university" in the Near East in Nicosia.
In Trikomo with the KEE, the "mayor" of Gialousa, Emrah Yeşilirmark, was elected "deputy" for the first time.
In the KEE nine of the 24 "deputies" are new persons and in the RTK seven out of 18, in the KA one of the two "deputies" is a new person and in the DK one in three. The KL re-elected 3 existing "deputies".
According to Cyprus, the average age of the new "parliament" is 51-54 years, while before it was 50. In the "parliament", it is added, the number of lawyers has increased, while there are also dentists, biologists, molecular biologists, teachers. musicians, contractors, economists, international relations specialists and engineers.
Cyprus, like other newspapers, also notes the non-election with the KEE of the three "deputies" who had resigned from their parties to support the "KEE-DK" government. They are Hasan Bougiukoglou and Hassan Genc from the KL and Bertan Zaroglou from the KA.
"Strong names" were left out of the "parliament", such as Gulsah Sanver Manavoglou of the Democratic Party with a party position and Aitac Tsialunda with the KEE who was a high-ranking "civil servant" and had been accused of corruption.
In the meantime, the objection process was completed. According to t / k media, the secretary general of the KEE, Oguzhan Hasipoglou, said that they had submitted objections to the mixed votes in all six "provinces".
RTK Secretary General Erdogan Sorakin said they had objected to the vote with a stamp (only in the party) in four "provinces", Famagusta, Kyrenia, Nicosia and Morphou.
In the meantime within the week all the parties will discuss and evaluate the result of the electoral process in their collective bodies.
On Thursday, the KKD will decide on the resignation submitted already on Sunday night by the party president, Cemal Ozgit.