New Horizons (Cyprus)

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New Horizons (Greek: Νέοι Ορίζοντες) was a radical right-wing populist[1][2] political party in Cyprus founded in 1996. It aimed for a unitary state of Cyprus and rejected a federation of the Greek Cypriot and the Turkish part.[3] In the legislative elections of 27 May 2001, the party won 3.0% of the popular vote and 1 of 56 seats. In 2005, it merged with Evropaiki Dimokratia to form Evropaiko Komma.


  1. ^ Nathalie Tocci (2007). Greece, Turkey and Cyprus. European Politics. Oxford University Press. p. 125.
  2. ^ Stefan Engert (2010). EU Enlargement and Socialization: Turkey and Cyprus. Routledge. p. 146.
  3. ^ Chrysostomos Pericleous (2009). Cyprus Referendum: A Divided Island and the Challenge of the Annan Plan. I.B. Tauris.