Northern Cyprus constitutional referendum, 1975

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A constitutional referendum was held in Northern Cyprus on 8 June 1975.[1] The constitution for the new breakaway state provided for a presidential republic in which the president could serve a maximum of two terms of four years, and for a unicameral parliament of 40 seats.[1] It was approved by 99.39% of voters.[1]


Choice Votes %
For 37,502 99.39
Against 230 0.61
Invalid/blank votes
Total 37,732 100
Registered voters/turnout 70.00
Source: Direct Democracy