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Senatorial elections: CPDM denies SDF's victory in the Northwest

Some members of the Northwest Regional commission for vote counting do not agree on the exact figures for the results each political party.


According to La Nouvelle Expression in its March 28 edition, the CPDM members of the Northwest Regional vote counting commission are against the results of their main adversary, the SDF.

The disgruntled faction says that one of the 7 senate places need to be given to them.

Going by the statistics after the March 25 Elections, SDF emerged at the top with 517 voices against 496 for the CPDM. All of these, do not move the supporters of the party in power, as they expected that blank ballots be taken into consideration, reports have it.

Cameroon concord, learned that Mr Suh Benjamin, an SDF lawyer, speaking to La Nouvelle Expression, is yet to understand why the party in power wants to interprete texts differently in the Northwest.

Sources from the Northwest Regional commission for vote counting, reveal that the representatives of the CPDM, have refused to sign the final documents and accept their defeat. Other sources even reveal that a petition has been filed, stating that calculations were not done appropriately.

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