Great Consolidated Popular Party

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Great Consolidated Popular Party
Chairman Henry Herbert Lartey
General Secretary John Thompson
Founded 1992
Headquarters Citadel House, P.O.Box 3077, Accra
Motto Caring for people
European Parliament group Ghana
Colors Red, white and yellow

Information taken from Electoral Commission of Ghana

The Great Consolidated Popular Party is a political party in Ghana.

At the last elections, 7 December 2004, the party was part of the Grand Coalition, that won 4 out of 230 seats. Edward Mahama, candidate of the Grand Coalition won 1.9% of the vote in the presidential elections.

The party's founder and first leader, Daniel Augustus Lartey died on 28 December 2009 at the age of 83 years.[1] His eldest son, Henry Herbert Lartey, succeeded him.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Owusu, Douglas Akwasi. "Dan Lartey passes on" (PDF). 30 December 2009. The Ghanaian Times. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Henry Lartey". Official website. Great Consolidated Popular Party. Retrieved 2 November 2012.