Complementary election results declared:GPC dominates again [Archives:2003/654/Local News]
The supreme committee of elections and referendum (SCER) announced on Monday 21 July 2003 the final results of the complementary elections held on
Sunday in 4 constituencies of the country. Elections in the four constituencies were invalidated and had to be done again due to various problems that took place on April 27.
As expected, the General People's Congress (GPC) also dominated the remaining four seats by taking three of them and leaving one for Islah.
The detailed results were as follows:
In constituency no (86) of Ibb governorate, Mohammed Abduallah Saeed, General People Congress candidate (GPC) won the parliamentary seat, while Yahya Mansour Abu Usba, the Yemeni Socialist Party candidate withdrew after insisting on the initial 27 April results.
In constituency no (63) of Taiz governorate, Mr. Ali Mohammed Naser al-Mamari, candidate of GPC won the seat in the parliament.
Moreover, constituency no (61) in Taiz governorate witnessed the victory of Mr. Zakaria Saeed Mohammed al-Zakari, GPC candidate.
Islah had its only gain in constituency no (75), where the party's candidate won the constituency's parliamentary seat.