In the latest general election

Bassim

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I am wondering if my sentences are grammatically correct.

In the latest general election seems to be no winners. The opposition is disappointed because it has not come to power, and the party in power has lost many voters who have become disillusioned with the party politics. The infighting between the leading party figures have become an everyday occurrence, threatening the party unity.
 

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There seems to be a word missing from the first sentence, and in the last sentence it should be 'has become'.
 
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Should it be like this?

In the latest general election there seems to be no winners.
 

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Something like that, although I would say either, seem to be no winners, or seems to be no winner.
 
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