APS : Friday, 11 May 2018
ALGIERS- Algeria was elected Thursday vice-president of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP) for the North-African group, at the 6th session of the fourth legislature of the PAP in Midrand,
South Africa, with participation of 55 African countries, the People’s National Assembly (lower house of Parliament) said Friday in a statement.
Algerian MP Djamel has been designated as deputy of the North-African countries at the executive board of the Pan-African Parliament after he received 97 votes, the statement said.
North-Africa group of the Pan-African Parliament includes Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Western Sahara, Mauritania and Morocco.
The Algerian Parliament has taken part in the congress with a delegation made up of members from both houses.
- Minister ATTAF receives the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Mission in Libya
- Mr. Attaf received by President of the Republic of Sierra Leone in Equatorial Guinea
- Minister ATTAF holds talks with his counterpart from the Republic of Equatorial Guinea
- Mr. Attaf receives phone call from Tunisian, and Mauritanian counterparts and meets Libya’s FM in Equatorial Guinea
- Mr Attaf holds talks with his Congolese counterpart in Equatorial Guinea