National Reconciliation Party
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The National Reconciliation Party is a political party in the Gambia. Its candidate at the presidential elections of 18 October 2001, Hamat Bah, came third with 7.8% of the popular vote. The NRP was part of the Coalition 2016 for the 2016 presidential election, where Adama Barrow was declared the coalition's candidate and subsequently won.
The parties electoral results have been:
- Won 2 of the 48 seats in the 1997 parliamentary elections.
- Won 1 of the 48 seats in the 2002 parliamentary elections.
- Won none of the 48 seats in the 2007 parliamentary elections.
- Won 1 of the 48 seats in the 2012 parliamentary elections (plus 1 seat in a mid-term election).
- Won 4 of the 53 seats in the 2017 parliamentary elections.
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