Current polling data at a glance
Dimokratikos Synagermos, commonly known as DISY, is a political party in Cyprus. The party was founded in 1976 and has become one of the most significant political forces in the country.
DISY is a conservative party and upholds right-wing values. They advocate for economic liberalization, privatization, and market-friendly policies.
In the last election, the party reached 27.8% of the votes. In the current election trend, DISY is at 26.0%. This is a difference of -1.8 compared to the last election result. The party is represented in the current parliament with 17 Seats.
In economic matters, DISY advocates for strengthening the economy and promoting entrepreneurship. They support lower taxes and relief for businesses.
DISY supports entrepreneurs and advocates for flexible labor markets. They emphasize the importance of competitiveness and job creation.
In healthcare policy, DISY advocates for efficient healthcare and the expansion of the private healthcare sector. They emphasize citizens' choices.
Environment and energy
DISY advocates for environmental measures that are compatible with economic growth. They emphasize the importance of balanced environmental policies.
In foreign policy, DISY emphasizes the importance of close relations with other EU member states and NATO. They support security cooperation.
DISY emphasizes the need for orderly immigration policy and the importance of border control. They advocate for border security.
In social policy, DISY advocates for strengthening the family and traditional values. They support programs to promote education and employment.
DISY emphasizes the importance of education and advocates for high-quality education. They support reforms in the education sector.
DISY is a pro-European party and supports Cyprus's membership in the European Union. They emphasize the importance of cooperation within the EU.
Mobility & Transport
DISY's mobility policy aims to improve transportation infrastructure and promote citizen mobility. They support projects to modernize the transportation network and roads.
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