The total number of registered voters eligible to vote in the upcoming presidential election is 561,033, while there are 1,148 polling stations in Cyprus and abroad, the chief electoral officer has announced.

This number includes 730 Turkish Cypriot voters and 240 displaced voters.

In Nicosia, 415 polling centres will operate with 215,779 registered voters, in Limassol 323 with 154,778 voters, in Larnaca 185 centres with 95,517 voters, while in Paphos 133 centres with 51,990 voters will operate. In Famagusta, 57 centres with 32,623 registered voters will operate, while abroad 35 centres with 10,346 voters will operate.

Meanwhile, the polling station with the smallest number of voters is in Paliomilos in Limassol, according to a list of polling stations with less than 100 voters published on Wednesday.

According to the list for Limassol polling stations, there are just 48 registered voters in Paliomilos, 58 in Kouka, 70 in Vasa Kellakiou, 82 in Ayios Demetrios and another 82 in Prastio Kellakiou.

In Nicosia, the polling stations with the fewest number of voters are in Livadia with 68 voters, Sarandi with 75, Tsakkistra with 78, Milikouri with 84, Pachyammos with 88 and Apliki with 93 voters.

In Larnaca district, there are 94 registered voters in Kato Drys and 85 in Melini.

The data showed that in the Paphos district 62 people vote in Ayios Nikolaos, in Archimandrita 75, in Kato Akourdalia 72, in Kinousa 76, in Lasa 63, in Lemona 85, in Miliou 76, in Nikoklia 93, in Stavrokonnou 53 and in Fassoula 51.

As for the centres abroad, the fewer voters are in Luxembourg and Stockholm with 66 voters each, while 71 vote in Rethymno in Greece, 79 in Dubai and 83 in Vienna.

Cypriot presidential elections will be held on February 5.