The Electoral Commission (EC) has urged the administration and leadership of all political parties to use the laid down procedures established by law to seek a redress to their grievances and disagreements as far as the 2020 election results are concerned.
The EC in a statement said “The Electoral Commission is aware of contests to some parliamentary seats by both the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress in a number of constituencies. We entreat the political parties to use the laid down processes established by law to seek redress to their concerns.”
Meanwhile the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has held different protests in some parts of the country to express their displeasure over the conduct and outcome of the 2020 polls.
The commission added it is working to finalize and declare the outcome of the Sene West Parliamentary results as well as resolve its issues to enable the transparent, fair, credible and peaceful conclusion of the 2020 general election.
“The commission assures the General Public that it is working to finalize the issues regarding the Sene West Constituency to enable the transparent, fair, credible and peaceful conclusion of the process.
The EC has so far officially declared 274 seats out of the 275 parliamentary seats. The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has137 parliamentary seats leading the National Democratic Congress (NDC) which has 136 seats.
First time in the history of our democracy, there is an independent candidate who won a parliamentary seat in the Fomena constituency of the Ashanti Region.
Update on December 2020 Parliamentary Elections pic.twitter.com/d3y1zJbVOC
— Electoral Commission Of Ghana (@ECGhanaOfficial) December 14, 2020