I wrote a week ago about the first round of the Cyprus presidential elections.
Today was part two. Not that anyone would necessarily notice - there were no vans driving around with loudspeakers reminding people to vote, no posters, no flags... really, it was all very civilised.
According to the BBC news site, the left-wing candidate, Mr Demetris Christofias has won.
Mr Christofias is head of the Communist party. That doesn't mean that Cyprus will be a Communist country - certainly not Marxist, as much of Eastern Europe used to be. But there will be a Communist influence, as there was when we first arrived. Albeit fairly capitalist in philosophy, and strongly Greek Orthodox Christian in belief. Cyprus politics are very complicated...
The new President is eager to continue negotiations towards reuniting the island. But then, so was the right-wing candidate who was standing against him today.