Cyprus election: Anastasiades and Malas go to run-off
The presidential election in Cyprus will go to a second round on 24 February after frontrunner Nicos Anastasiades fell short of the 50% needed for an outright majority.
With all the votes counted, Mr Anastasiades, a conservative, secured 45.46%, well ahead of his nearest rival, Stavros Malas, on 26.91%.
Independent George Lillikas got 24.93%.
The BBC's Mark Lowen reports.
18 Feb 2013
- From the section Europe