As published by the Anatolia News Agency on April 18, 2005. Results are considered unofficial until published in the Official Gazette.
|Mehmet Ali Talat||Republican Turkish Party||55,943||55.6|
|Derviş Eroğlu||National Unity Party (UBP)||22,869||22.73|
|Mustafa Arabacıoğlu||Democrat Party (DP)||13,302||13.22|
|Nuri Çevikel||New Party (YP)||4816||4.79|
|Hüseyin Angolemli||Communal Liberation Party (TKP)||1054||1.05|
|Zehra Cengiz||Cyprus Socialist Party||439||0.44|
|Arif Salih Kırdağ||Independent||306||0.3|
|Total (turnout 69.58%)||100,186||100|
|Source: Adam Carr|
The Turkish Cypriot electoral commission put the turnout at 69.58% - a lower figure than previous presidential elections, which have always been over 80%. It led UBP leader Derviş Eroğlu to question the legitimacy of the election, pointing to the fact that so many voters had decided not to vote in protest.
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