Democratic Party of Cyprus
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The Democratic Party (Greek: Dimokratikon Komma) "DI.KO." is a political party in Cyprus, founded on May 12, 1976 by Spyros Kyprianou. He was succeeded on October 7, 2000 by Tassos Papadopoulos, the former President of Cyprus who, in turn, was succeeded in 2006 by Marios Karoyian.
In 2013, Nicholas Papadopoulos succeeded Karoyian to the post once held by his father.
It is the third-largest party in Parliament, with 11 of 56 seats.
- Dimokratikon Komma official site