The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a far-right, ultra-nationalist movement (and later, political party) founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. It describes its ideology as "popular and social nationalism". As of May 2011, it has been approved as a legal political party.On 28 December 2010, ELAM organised a march against Turkish Cypriots and migrants. ELAM is a Eurosceptic political party.

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  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a far-right, ultra-nationalist movement (and later, political party) founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. It describes its ideology as "popular and social nationalism". As of May 2011, it has been approved as a legal political party.On 28 December 2010, ELAM organised a march against Turkish Cypriots and migrants. ELAM is a Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a far-right, ultra-nationalist movement (and later, political party) founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. It describes its ideology as "popular and social nationalism". As of May 2011, it has been approved as a legal political party.On 28 December 2010, ELAM organised a march against Turkish Cypriots and migrants. ELAM is a neo-fascist and Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a far-right, ultra-nationalist movement (and later, political party) founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. It describes its ideology as "popular and social nationalism". As of May 2011, it has been approved as a legal political party. On 28 December 2010, ELAM organised a march against Turkish Cypriots and migrants. ELAM is a Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National People Front (Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a political party founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. It describes its ideology as "popular and social nationalism". The president of the party is Christos Christou, a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action. On 28 December 2010, ELAM organised a march against immigrants. ELAM is a Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National People Front (Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a political party founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. The president of the party is Christos Christou, a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action. ELAM is a Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a far-right, ultra-nationalist movement founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a nationalist patriotic political party founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is an ultranationalist political party founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (Εθνικό Λαικό Μέτωπο -Ε.ΛΑ.Μ, Εthniko Laiko Metopo ELAM), is a political party of the Republic of Cyprus, founded in 2008. The president of the party is Christos Christou, a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action, as a member of Greece far right party, Golden Dawn, and a member of the GD nationalist party, political council.The leader of the political party openly declares his commitment and involvement with GD as a student and admits participating in GD political council. Christos Christou explained: “It is only natural we support our fellow Greek nationalist brothers. We are fighting for the same causes, a similar political program defined by 2 pillars, the anti-Turkish and anti-immigration. GD is the only Greek political party to defend our desire for maintaining the Greekness of the island.” The political party officially cut ties with Greece GD in 2019. According to Christos Christou, leader of the party and national MP, any external financing from political movements or parties including GD is a narrative. Contrary to GD, ELAM holds a neutral position with Israel and supports the strategic geopolitical lines that Cyprus administration is implementing. The party statutes clearly define ELAM as a populist movement, with Greek nationalism values. With parliamentary activity, popular support has risen from just 663 votes (0.22%) in 2009 to 23,165 votes (8,25%). The founding of ELAM cannot be associated with any neo-Nazi far right movements in Europe, since key reasons for the existence of ELAM somehow differ from their continental European counterparts and have to do with: a) An anti-federal sentiment and a strong objection and disapproval of continuous bi-communal negotiation talks on the Cyprus question. b) A neo ethno-patriotic sentiment, and nostalgia that leads to a denial to abandon the 1950s “Enosis” sentiment. c) A reaction to the current political system questioning legitimacy and saturation of the political and party systems. d) A reaction to a corrupt administration and non- attribution of responsibilities. e) ELAM ideology of the “Enosis”. f) Nationalist nostalgia rejecting federalism, holding that federal solutions in post-conflict settings do not seem to function and there is plenty of evidence that federation models prove dysfunctional. g) The protracted political non-solution of the “Cyprus question” and the political bi-communal discussions, still hold a negative disenchantment with the current status of peace-making negotiations since 1963. 30% of Greek Cypriots strongly disagree over a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation model. h) Negative feelings deepened after the 2004 referendum on the 5th proposal of the United Nations on the unification of the island. The party’s breakthrough achievement came in 2016, with their entrance in parliament with 2 seats. As a member of parliament, the party also received invitation by the president of the Cyprus republic to participate in the National Council. Today the party is flirting to rank 4th in political strength. The party holds frequent anti-Turkish and anti-federation parades. ELAM also holds remembrance days in honour of the EOKA struggle heroes as well as modern heroes Tassos Issak and Solomos Solomou. During the last year, ELAM held frequent protests for the opening of new checkpoints between the occupied areas and the rest of the island with a slogan, “Close the checkpoints now”. ELAM denies any Nazi or fascist labels used by public rhetoric. The party have not shown fascist or Nazi traits. The party holds a hard-line position on the “national problem”. They oppose a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation solution, proclaiming an anti-federation policy where only solution accepted is one single government, under the Republic of Cyprus constitution. Two political pillars contemplate their European line: anti-Turkish policy, together with a hard-line anti-immigration strategy. The party leadership holds a serious code of conduct both in parliament and political flow. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (Εθνικό Λαικό Μέτωπο -Ε.ΛΑ.Μ, Εthniko Laiko Metopo ELAM), is a political party of the Republic of Cyprus, founded in 2008. The president of the party is Christos Christou, a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action, as a member of Greece far right party, Golden Dawn, and a member of the GD nationalist party, political council. The leader of the political party openly declares his commitment and involvement with GD as a student and admits participating in GD political council. Christos Christou explained: “It is only natural we support our fellow Greek nationalist brothers. We are fighting for the same causes, a similar political program defined by 2 pillars, the anti-Turkish and anti-immigration. GD is the only Greek political party to defend our desire for maintaining the Greekness of the island.” The political party officially cut ties with Greece GD in 2019. According to Christos Christou, leader of the party and national MP, any external financing from political movements or parties including GD is a narrative. Contrary to GD, ELAM holds a neutral position with Israel and supports the strategic geopolitical lines that Cyprus administration is implementing. The party statutes clearly define ELAM as a populist movement, with Greek nationalism values. With parliamentary activity, popular support has risen from just 663 votes (0.22%) in 2009 to 23,165 votes (8,25%). The founding of ELAM cannot be associated with any neo-Nazi far right movements in Europe, since key reasons for the existence of ELAM somehow differ from their continental European counterparts and have to do with: a) An anti-federal sentiment and a strong objection and disapproval of continuous bi-communal negotiation talks on the Cyprus question. b) A neo ethno-patriotic sentiment, and nostalgia that leads to a denial to abandon the 1950s “Enosis” sentiment. c) A reaction to the current political system questioning legitimacy and saturation of the political and party systems. d) A reaction to a corrupt administration and non- attribution of responsibilities. e) ELAM ideology of the “Enosis”. f) Nationalist nostalgia rejecting federalism, holding that federal solutions in post-conflict settings do not seem to function and there is plenty of evidence that federation models prove dysfunctional. g) The protracted political non-solution of the “Cyprus question” and the political bi-communal discussions, still hold a negative disenchantment with the current status of peace-making negotiations since 1963. 30% of Greek Cypriots strongly disagree over a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation model. h) Negative feelings deepened after the 2004 referendum on the 5th proposal of the United Nations on the unification of the island. The party’s breakthrough achievement came in 2016, with their entrance in parliament with 2 seats. As a member of parliament, the party also received invitation by the president of the Cyprus republic to participate in the National Council. Today the party is flirting to rank 4th in political strength. The party holds frequent anti-Turkish and anti-federation parades. ELAM also holds remembrance days in honour of the EOKA struggle heroes as well as modern heroes Tassos Issak and Solomos Solomou. During the last year, ELAM held frequent protests for the opening of new checkpoints between the occupied areas and the rest of the island with a slogan, “Close the checkpoints now”. ELAM denies any Nazi or fascist labels used by public rhetoric. The party have not shown fascist or Nazi traits. The party holds a hard-line position on the “national problem”. They oppose a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation solution, proclaiming an anti-federation policy where only solution accepted is one single government, under the Republic of Cyprus constitution. Two political pillars contemplate their European line: anti-Turkish policy, together with a hard-line anti-immigration strategy. The party leadership holds a serious code of conduct both in parliament and political flow. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (Εθνικό Λαικό Μέτωπο -Ε.ΛΑ.Μ, Εthniko Laiko Metopo ELAM), is a political party of the Republic of Cyprus, founded in 2008. The president of the party is , a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action, as a member of Greece far right party, Golden Dawn, and a member of the GD nationalist party, political council. The leader of the political party openly declares his commitment and involvement with GD as a student and admits participating in GD political council. Christos Christou explained: “It is only natural we support our fellow Greek nationalist brothers. We are fighting for the same causes, a similar political program defined by 2 pillars, the anti-Turkish and anti-immigration. GD is the only Greek political party to defend our desire for maintaining the Greekness of the island.” The political party officially cut ties with Greece GD in 2019. According to Christos Christou, leader of the party and national MP, any external financing from political movements or parties including GD is a narrative. Contrary to GD, ELAM holds a neutral position with Israel and supports the strategic geopolitical lines that Cyprus administration is implementing. The party statutes clearly define ELAM as a populist movement, with Greek nationalism values. With parliamentary activity, popular support has risen from just 663 votes (0.22%) in 2009 to 23,165 votes (8,25%). The founding of ELAM cannot be associated with any neo-Nazi far right movements in Europe, since key reasons for the existence of ELAM somehow differ from their continental European counterparts and have to do with: a) An anti-federal sentiment and a strong objection and disapproval of continuous bi-communal negotiation talks on the Cyprus question. b) A neo ethno-patriotic sentiment, and nostalgia that leads to a denial to abandon the 1950s “Enosis” sentiment. c) A reaction to the current political system questioning legitimacy and saturation of the political and party systems. d) A reaction to a corrupt administration and non- attribution of responsibilities. e) ELAM ideology of the “Enosis”. f) Nationalist nostalgia rejecting federalism, holding that federal solutions in post-conflict settings do not seem to function and there is plenty of evidence that federation models prove dysfunctional. g) The protracted political non-solution of the “Cyprus question” and the political bi-communal discussions, still hold a negative disenchantment with the current status of peace-making negotiations since 1963. 30% of Greek Cypriots strongly disagree over a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation model. h) Negative feelings deepened after the 2004 referendum on the 5th proposal of the United Nations on the unification of the island. The party’s breakthrough achievement came in 2016, with their entrance in parliament with 2 seats. As a member of parliament, the party also received invitation by the president of the Cyprus republic to participate in the National Council. Today the party is flirting to rank 4th in political strength. The party holds frequent anti-Turkish and anti-federation parades. ELAM also holds remembrance days in honour of the EOKA struggle heroes as well as modern heroes Tassos Issak and Solomos Solomou. During the last year, ELAM held frequent protests for the opening of new checkpoints between the occupied areas and the rest of the island with a slogan, “Close the checkpoints now”. ELAM denies any Nazi or fascist labels used by public rhetoric. The party have not shown fascist or Nazi traits. The party holds a hard-line position on the “national problem”. They oppose a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation solution, proclaiming an anti-federation policy where only solution accepted is one single government, under the Republic of Cyprus constitution. Two political pillars contemplate their European line: anti-Turkish policy, together with a hard-line anti-immigration strategy. The party leadership holds a serious code of conduct both in parliament and political flow. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (Εθνικό Λαικό Μέτωπο -Ε.ΛΑ.Μ, Εthniko Laiko Metopo ELAM), is a political party of the Republic of Cyprus, founded in 2008. The president of the party is , a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action, as a member of Greece neo-nazi party, Golden Dawn (GD), and a member of the GD nationalist party, political council. The leader of the political party openly declares his commitment and involvement with GD as a student and admits participating in GD political council. Christos Christou explained: “It is only natural we support our fellow Greek nationalist brothers. We are fighting for the same causes, a similar political program defined by 2 pillars, the anti-Turkish and anti-immigration. GD is the only Greek political party to defend our desire for maintaining the Greekness of the island.” The political party officially cut ties with Greece GD in 2019. According to Christos Christou, leader of the party and national MP, any external financing from political movements or parties including GD is a narrative. Contrary to GD, ELAM holds a neutral position with Israel and supports the strategic geopolitical lines that Cyprus administration is implementing. The party statutes clearly define ELAM as a populist movement, with Greek nationalism values. With parliamentary activity, popular support has risen from just 663 votes (0.22%) in 2009 to 23,165 votes (8,25%). The founding of ELAM cannot be associated with any neo-Nazi far right movements in Europe, since key reasons for the existence of ELAM somehow differ from their continental European counterparts and have to do with: a) An anti-federal sentiment and a strong objection and disapproval of continuous bi-communal negotiation talks on the Cyprus question. b) A neo ethno-patriotic sentiment, and nostalgia that leads to a denial to abandon the 1950s “Enosis” sentiment. c) A reaction to the current political system questioning legitimacy and saturation of the political and party systems. d) A reaction to a corrupt administration and non- attribution of responsibilities. e) ELAM ideology of the “Enosis”. f) Nationalist nostalgia rejecting federalism, holding that federal solutions in post-conflict settings do not seem to function and there is plenty of evidence that federation models prove dysfunctional. g) The protracted political non-solution of the “Cyprus question” and the political bi-communal discussions, still hold a negative disenchantment with the current status of peace-making negotiations since 1963. 30% of Greek Cypriots strongly disagree over a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation model. h) Negative feelings deepened after the 2004 referendum on the 5th proposal of the United Nations on the unification of the island. The party’s breakthrough achievement came in 2016, with their entrance in parliament with 2 seats. As a member of parliament, the party also received invitation by the president of the Cyprus republic to participate in the National Council. Today the party is flirting to rank 4th in political strength. The party holds frequent anti-Turkish and anti-federation parades. ELAM also holds remembrance days in honour of the EOKA struggle heroes as well as modern heroes Tassos Issak and Solomos Solomou. During the last year, ELAM held frequent protests for the opening of new checkpoints between the occupied areas and the rest of the island with a slogan, “Close the checkpoints now”. ELAM denies any Nazi or fascist labels used by public rhetoric. The party have not shown fascist or Nazi traits. The party holds a hard-line position on the “national problem”. They oppose a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation solution, proclaiming an anti-federation policy where only solution accepted is one single government, under the Republic of Cyprus constitution. Two political pillars contemplate their European line: anti-Turkish policy, together with a hard-line anti-immigration strategy. The party leadership holds a serious code of conduct both in parliament and political flow. (en)
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  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a far-right, ultra-nationalist movement (and later, political party) founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. It describes its ideology as "popular and social nationalism". As of May 2011, it has been approved as a legal political party.On 28 December 2010, ELAM organised a march against Turkish Cypriots and migrants. ELAM is a Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a far-right, ultra-nationalist movement (and later, political party) founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. It describes its ideology as "popular and social nationalism". As of May 2011, it has been approved as a legal political party.On 28 December 2010, ELAM organised a march against Turkish Cypriots and migrants. ELAM is a neo-fascist and Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a far-right, ultra-nationalist movement (and later, political party) founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. It describes its ideology as "popular and social nationalism". As of May 2011, it has been approved as a legal political party. On 28 December 2010, ELAM organised a march against Turkish Cypriots and migrants. ELAM is a Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National People Front (Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a political party founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. It describes its ideology as "popular and social nationalism". The president of the party is Christos Christou, a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action. On 28 December 2010, ELAM organised a march against immigrants. ELAM is a Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National People Front (Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a political party founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. The president of the party is Christos Christou, a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action. ELAM is a Eurosceptic political party. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a far-right, ultra-nationalist movement founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is a nationalist patriotic political party founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (also known as the National People's Front; Greek: Εθνικό Λαϊκό Μέτωπο (ΕΛΑΜ), Ethniko Laiko Metopo (ELAM)) is an ultranationalist political party founded in 2008 in the Republic of Cyprus. (en)
  • The National Popular Front (Εθνικό Λαικό Μέτωπο -Ε.ΛΑ.Μ, Εthniko Laiko Metopo ELAM), is a political party of the Republic of Cyprus, founded in 2008. The president of the party is Christos Christou, a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action, as a member of Greece far right party, Golden Dawn, and a member of the GD nationalist party, political council.The leader of the political party openly declares his commitment and involvement with GD as a student and admits participating in GD political council. Christos Christou explained: “It is only natural we support our fellow Greek nationalist brothers. We are f (en)
  • The National Popular Front (Εθνικό Λαικό Μέτωπο -Ε.ΛΑ.Μ, Εthniko Laiko Metopo ELAM), is a political party of the Republic of Cyprus, founded in 2008. The president of the party is Christos Christou, a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action, as a member of Greece far right party, Golden Dawn, and a member of the GD nationalist party, political council. The leader of the political party openly declares his commitment and involvement with GD as a student and admits participating in GD political council. Christos Christou explained: “It is only natural we support our fellow Greek nationalist brothers. We are (en)
  • The National Popular Front (Εθνικό Λαικό Μέτωπο -Ε.ΛΑ.Μ, Εthniko Laiko Metopo ELAM), is a political party of the Republic of Cyprus, founded in 2008. The president of the party is , a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action, as a member of Greece far right party, Golden Dawn, and a member of the GD nationalist party, political council. The leader of the political party openly declares his commitment and involvement with GD as a student and admits participating in GD political council. Christos Christou explained: “It is only natural we support our fellow Greek nationalist brothers. We are fighting for the (en)
  • The National Popular Front (Εθνικό Λαικό Μέτωπο -Ε.ΛΑ.Μ, Εthniko Laiko Metopo ELAM), is a political party of the Republic of Cyprus, founded in 2008. The president of the party is , a member of the Cyprus Parliament and former radiology technician, a person with a rich political involvement both in Cyprus and Greece sine, alongside his studies in a university of Athens, he developed strong political action, as a member of Greece neo-nazi party, Golden Dawn (GD), and a member of the GD nationalist party, political council. The leader of the political party openly declares his commitment and involvement with GD as a student and admits participating in GD political council. Christos Christou explained: “It is only natural we support our fellow Greek nationalist brothers. We are fighting for (en)
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