NPP gains 137 seats, NDC 136 in Parliament–Electoral Commission pronounces
The Electoral Commission has declared the affirmed Parliamentary consequences of the 2020 political decision across 275 voting public.
As indicated by an assertion gave by the EC on Thursday, December 10, 2020, the New Patriotic Party has won 137 seats in Parliament while the National Democratic Congress has won 136 seats.
One autonomous up-and-comer has anyway won a seat in Parliament while one remarkable outcome is yet to be given from the Sene West Constituency.
The Ashanti Region picked up the most seats with 42 won for the NPP while the NDC picked up 20 seats from the Greater Accra Region.
Ghanaians went to the surveys on December 7, 2020, for the eighth time since 1992 to choose a President and 275 Members of Parliament as a component of a four-year protected order.
Director of the Electoral Commission Jean Mensa on Wednesday, December 9, reported that Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party surveyed 6,730,413, speaking to 51.595 percent while John Dramani Mahama of the National Democratic Congress accumulated 6,214,889 speaking to 47.366 percent in the eighth political decision in the fourth Republic that had 12 competitors.
See the full outcomes by the Electoral