cyprus referendum

Remembering the Annan Plan Referendum: Two Decades Later

The Annan Plan referendum in Cyprus, held in 2004, saw 65% of Turkish Cypriots supporting reunification, while 76% of Greek Cypriots opposed it, revealing deeprooted complexities on the island. The rejection of the plan highlighted the challenges of bridging the divide between the two communities, shaping the political landscape and discourse in Cyprus for years to come.