Constitutional Court proclaims definitive results of 12th November elections

The Constitutional Court has read the resolution proclaiming the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea as the winner of the elections to the Chamber of Deputies, Senate and Municipal Councils of 12th November. The president of the institution, Salvador Ondo Nkumu, was responsible for reading out the results obtained by each of the political groupings that stood.

The act was attended by the President of the Council of the Republic, Charged with Advising the President of the Republic in State Public Affairs, Ignacio Milam Tang; the Vice-President of the Council of the Republic, Vicente Ehate Tomi; the President of the Senate, Teresa Efua Asangono, the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Gaudencio Mohaba Mesu, the President of the Supreme Court of Justice, Juan Carlos Ondo Angue; members of the Government, leaders and representatives of the various political groupings, the General Secretary of the PDGE, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, the Ombudsman, Marcelino Nguema Onguene, members of the diplomatic corps, national and international observers, and other guests.

Salvador Ondo Nkumu, during the reading of the report from the Constitutional Court, gave details of the results obtained by the standing parties in the various electoral constituencies throughout the nation.

The coalition led by the PDGE obtained 92% of the vote and 99 seats in the Chamber of Deputies, while the coalition Together We Can obtained 2.23% of the vote and no seats, and Citizens for Innovation (CI) obtained 5.77% and 1 seat.

In the Senate, the coalition led by the PDGE also obtained a representation of 92%, with 55 seats; Together We Can obtained 2.23% and no seats, and CI obtained 5.77% and no seats.

Following the reading of the results, the President of the Constitutional Court, representing the institution, congratulated the people of Equatorial Guinea and the standing political groupings for the civility and political maturity shown during the electoral process.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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