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SEKYERE EAST

 PROFILE
The Sekyere East District Assembly (SEDA) was established by Legislative Instrument LI (1990) in 2007 in pursuance of governments decentralization programme. The legal framework has empowered SEDA with legislative responsibilities to promulgate byelaws to give legal backing to its decisions. The District shares boundaries with other Districts like Sekyere-Kumawu to the North-East, Sekyere South to the West-West, Asante-Akim Central Municipal to the SouthEast and Juaben Municipal Assembly to the South-West.

The District is divided into four urban / Area councils with a total of Forty Three (43) communities and 38 electoral areas. 
 
Assembly members 38  
Elected (26)   
Appointed members (12) 

The General Assembly at its sitting has forty members, made up of twenty-six elected and twelve appointed members, one Member of Parliament and the District Chief Executive. It engages in agriculture, trade and services as its major economic activity.



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