Parliamentary race: NPP wins 137 seats, NDC 136, Indpendent 1 – EC document

Parliamentary race: NPP wins 137 seats, NDC 136, Indpendent 1 – EC document

- The Electoral Commission has released the document containing the parliamentary race for the just-ended 2020 Elections

- It said the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has 137 seats, while the National Democratic Congress (NDC) got 136 seats, with 1 seat going to an independent candidate

- The has been confusion as both parties have claimed to have majority seats in Parliament

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The Electoral Commission has released the list and number of parliamentary seats polled by the various political parties in the just-ended 2020 Elections.

In a new document sighted by YEN.com.gh on the EC’s website, the NPP is said to have obtained the majority of seats with 137.

The NDC is also said to have polled 136 seats, with one seat going out to the Independent candidate of the Fomena Constituency.

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Parliamentary race: NPP wins 137 seats, NDC 136, Indpendent 1 – EC document

Parliamentary race as released by the EC. Photo credit: @electoralcommissionofGhana
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One seat in the Sene West Constituency of the Bono Region is still being contested, according to the EC’s document.

Earlier, both parties were claiming to have won the majority of seats in parliament with the NDC claiming 140 seats.

It has recaptured more than 30 seats from the NPP as big wigs, including Titus Glover of Tema East, and Oko Boye of Ledzokuku, Afoley Quaye of Krowor, all lost their seats to the NDC.

YEN.com.gh published 17 of the NPP MPs who lost their seats.

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