List of members of the Pan-African Parliament

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Below is a list of the MPs that make up the African Union's Pan-African Parliament, the respective countries they are elected from, and their political party.[1] The members served during the 2004 to 2009 period.

Algeria[2]

Angola[2]

Benin[2]

Botswana[2]

  • Dikgang P. Makgalemele – Botswana Democratic Party (BDP)
  • Moiesaraela M. Goya – (BDP)
  • Tshelang W. Masisi – (BDP)
  • Isaac S. Mabiletsa – Independent

Burkina Faso[2]

Burundi[2]

Cameroon[2]

Cape Verde[2]

Central African Republic[2]

Chad

Congo[2]

Djibouti[2]

  • Safia Elmi Djibril
  • Abdallah Barkat Ibrahim
  • Halo Mohamed Ibrahim
  • Houssein Mohamed Ali
  • Moustapha Mahamoud Daher

Egypt[2]

Equatorial Guinea[2]

Ethiopia[2]

  • Dawit Yohannes
  • Halie-Kiros Gessesse
  • Mubarek Sani
  • Aster Bekele
  • Mulualem Bessie

Gabon[2]

The Gambia[2]

Ghana[2]

Guinea[2]

  • Koumbia Diallo Boubacar
  • Kante El Hadj Dia
  • Aribot Belly
  • Ghussein El Hadj Ismaila Mohamed
  • Somparé Boubacar

Guinea Bissau[2]

Kenya[2]

  • Hon. Beatrice P.C. Kones
  • Hon. Janet Ongera
  • Hon. Dr. Abdullahi Ibrahim Ali
  • Hon Jude Njomo
  • Hon. Stewart Madzayo

Lesotho[2]

Liberia[2]

Libya[2]

Madagascar[2]

Malawi[2]

Mali[2]

Mauritania[2]

  • Habib Ould Diah
  • Diop Hamady Khalidou
  • Mohamed El Moustapha Ould Bedr Eddine
  • Bakar Ould Ahmedou
  • Diyé Ba

Mauritius[2]

  • Premnath Ramnah
  • José Arunasalon
  • Marie Noelle Françoise Labelle
  • Ashit Kumar Gungah
  • Arvin Boolell

Mozambique[2]

Namibia[2]

Niger[2]

Nigeria[2]

Rwanda[2]

Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic[2]

Senegal[2]

Seychelles[2]

Sierra Leone[2]

Somalia[2]

  • Asha Hagi Elmi
  • Mahamoud Bashi Issa
  • Yusuf Mohamed Abdi
  • Farah Ismail Hussein
  • Fahma Ahmed Nur
  • shakaph hussein ali

South Africa

Sudan[2]

Swaziland[2]

Tanzania[2]

Togo[2]

Tunisia[2]

Uganda[2]

Zambia[2]

Zimbabwe[2]

References

  1. ^ "List of members of the Pan-African Parliament" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 November 2009. Retrieved 28 December 2016.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-03-12. Retrieved 2007-12-21.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "National Assembly Elects House Chairpersons and Approves Members for Key Structures - Parliament of South Africa".

External links

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