The Municipal Supervision Commission has published the results of the Municipal elections.

There are 9 in total who have full control of the councils.

This is the verdict of the results published by the municipal supervision commissions on February 12, 2020.

Of the 42 political parties that took part in the last municipal election on February 9, 2020, only 9 managed to fare well.

The ruling party, the Cameroon People Democratic Movement (CPDM), carved out the share of the lion, obtaining elected officials in all regions of the country.

“Overall, this political party (CPDM) alone, should ensure, in whole or in part, the control of 316 municipalities out of the 360 ​​that make up the entire national territory”, reports the daily Newspaper with public capital, Cameroon Tribune, in its edition of February 14, 2020.

It is supported by the National Union for Democracy and Progress (UNDP) of Bello Bouba Maïgari who is doing with 16 municipalities, which he will manage “in full or in part,” said the newspaper.

In third position, we find the Cameroonian Party for National Reconciliation (PCRN), of Cabral Libii.

“It should total 7 municipalities including 5 in the Center region alone and two others in the Littoral,” said the government daily.

Adamou Ndam Njoya’s Democratic Union of Cameroon (UDC) has six Municipalities, all gleaned from the Noun division in the West region.

The Social Democratic Front (SDF) only obtained four municipalities.

The Front for National Salvation of Cameroon (FSNC) and the Democratic Movement for the Defense of the Republic (MDR) each had three communes.

The Union of Socialist Movements (UMS) “will fully or partially manage the municipalities of Banwa and Bafang in the Haut Nkam department, Western region,” said our colleague.

The Cameroonian National Citizen Movement (MCNC) has control of the town of Banka. Failing to have entire town halls, some parties were able to glean a few seats from city councilors.

This is the case of the UNIVERS party, the Liberal Alliance Party (PAL), the Cameroon Democrats Front (FDC), the Progressive Movement (MP), MANIDEM and the National Alliance for Democracy and the Progress


However, these results are still subject to the electoral disputes of the municipal elections which will take place at the end of February 2020.