The seventh Parliament of Ghana will reconvene today, Monday, December 14, 2020, at 10 am.

Parliament is reconvening after the December 7 elections.

A press release signed by Parliament’s Director of Public Affairs, Kate Addo said the directive was in accordance with Order 6 of the Standing Orders of Parliament.

“All Honourable Members and staff are to take note and attend upon the House timeously. Please note that all Covid-19 protocols will be observed at all Parliamentary Sittings,” the release said.

A total of 111 members of the seventh Parliament will not be part of the eighth Parliament after last Monday’s general election.

But the parliamentary election last Monday, saw 33 incumbent NPP Members of Parliament (MPs) lose their seats, while 41 had lost their constituency primaries earlier in the year, with four voluntarily retiring.

For the NPP, 78 members will not make it to the eighth Parliament while for the NDC, 18 MPs lost their re-election bid in Monday’s election, eight had lost their primaries in 2017, with seven voluntarily retiring.

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