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Sixty-two parliamentary candidates would contest the December 7, polls in the Western Region.
Nine of the candidates are females and 53 males.
Western Regional Director of the Electoral Commission, Madam Angelina Tagoe, said the forms of the candidates were vetted at the point of receipt by the Returning Officers.
She said the five-day exercise was generally peaceful.
SourceGNA

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