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Government, Political Parties

National Democratic Congress, NRP, PNC, presidential elections, CPP

The dominant political party in Ghana was the National Democratic Congress (NDC) until the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) won the December 2000 legislative and presidential elections. Following these elections, the NPP held 100 of the 200 seats in Parliament, and the NDC held 92. Also represented in Parliament are the People’s National Convention (PNC) party and the Convention People’s Party (CPP). Other parties include the National Convention Party (NCP) and the National Reform Party (NRP), which split off from the NDC in 1999.



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National Democratic Congress, NRP, PNC, presidential elections, CPP, NCP, NPP, Parliament, Ghana, NDC, seats, parties

 
 

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