Left-wing party Stavros Malas, speaks to the media before the start of live televised debate between candidates Right-wing opposition leader Nicosia Anastasiades and Malas in Nicosia, Cyprus, Friday, Feb. 22, 2013. The conservative candidate Nicos Anastasiades in Cyprus’ election runoff Sunday, Feb. 24, looks poised to become the crisis-hit country’s new president charged with swiftly negotiating a rescue package with international creditors, analysts said Wednesday, even without a key endorsement from his third-place rival. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)

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Left-wing party Stavros Malas, speaks to the media before the start of live televised debate between candidates Right-wing opposition leader Nicosia Anastasiades and  Malas in Nicosia, Cyprus, Friday, Feb. 22, 2013. The conservative candidate Nicos Anastasiades in Cyprus’ election runoff Sunday, Feb. 24, looks poised to become the crisis-hit country’s new president charged with swiftly negotiating a rescue package with international creditors, analysts said Wednesday, even without a key endorsement from his third-place rival. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
Left-wing party Stavros Malas, speaks to the media before the start of live televised debate between candidates Right-wing opposition leader Nicosia Anastasiades and Malas in Nicosia, Cyprus, Friday, Feb. 22, 2013. The conservative candidate Nicos Anastasiades in Cyprus’ election runoff Sunday, Feb. 24, looks poised to become the crisis-hit country’s new president charged with swiftly negotiating a rescue package with international creditors, analysts said Wednesday, even without a key endorsement from his third-place rival. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
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