145 for pohottuwa..! easy two third win..! UNP wiped out..! Gnanasara too a Member of Parliament..! - Here is the final official result of the 2020 parliamentary election

(Lanka-e-News -07.Aug.2020, 11.30PM) The final official results of the parliamentary elections have been released. Accordingly, the People's Alliance alone has won the vast majority of 145 seats in the next Parliament, including the national list seats. Together with their allies, the EPDP, Karuna Amman, Athaullah, etc., they can easily form a two-thirds majority of 152 in the Parliament. Sajith Premadasa's National People's Force has secured the second position with 54 seats, while the TNA has secured 10 seats and the JVP National People's Force has secured three seats. The UNP, which has played a pivotal role in Sri Lankan politics for over 70 years, could not win any seats at the district level but only one seat from the national list. Galagodaaththe Gnanasara too can enter Parliament this time with one seat won by his party our Jana Bala Party from its national list. The distribution of 225 seats in the next Parliament will be divided according to the final result as follows.

2020 Parliamentary Election - Final Official Result

Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna- Total Votes - 68,53,693 - 59.09%
Districts won - 18
Members won at the district level is 128
Members elected from the National List - 17
Total number of MPs – 145

Samagi Jana Balawegaya - Total Votes - 27,71,984 - 23.9%
Districts won - 1 (Trincomalee)
Members won at the district level is 47
Members elected from the National List - 7
Total number of MPs – 54

Ilangai Tamil Arasu Kachchi (TNA) - Total Votes - 3,27,168 - 2.82%
Districts won - 3
(Batticaloa, Vanni, Jaffna - Elections Vavuniya, Mannar, Mullaitivu, 3 Administrative Districts are known as Wanni District and Kilinochchi Administrative District is also included in Jaffna District)
Members won at district level - 9
Members elected from the National List - 1
Total number of MPs – 10

National People's Force (JJB) - Total Votes - 4,45,958 - 3.84%
Districts won- None
Members won at district level - 2
Members elected from the National List - 1
Total number of MPs – 3

Ahila Inalkai Tamil Congress (Wigneswaran)
Districts won- None
Members won at District Level - 1 (Jaffna)
Members elected from the National List - 1
Total number of MPs – 2

EPDP (Douglas Devananda) - Total Votes Received - 61,464 - 0.53%
Members won at district level - 2
(Jaffna and Wanni 1 each)
Members elected from the National List - 0

TMVP (Karuna Amman)
Members won at district level – 1 (From Batticaloa)
Members elected from the National List - 0

All Ceylon Muslim Congress (Badurdeen)
Members won at district level - 1
(From Digamadulla)
Members elected from the National List - 0

National Congress (Athaulla)
Members won at district level – 1 (From Digamadulla)
Members elected from the National List - 0

Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (Hakeem)
Members won at district level – 1 (From Batticaloa)
Members elected from the National List - 0

Muslim National Alliance
Members won at district level – 1 (From Puttalam)
Members elected from the National List – 0

Sri Lanka Freedom Party
Number of MPs won at district level – 1 (From Jaffna)
Members elected from the National List – 0

Tamil Makkal Desai Kuttani
Members won at district level - 1
Members elected from the National List – 0

United National Party - Total votes received - 2,49,435 - 2.15%
Members elected from the National List only - 1
Members elected at the district level - 0

Ape Jana Bala Pakshaya (OPPP) (Gnanasara) - Total votes received - 67,758 - 0.58%
Members elected from the National List only - 1
Members elected at the district level - 0

For detaild official results go to this link

https://results.elections.gov.lk/

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