Bureau of the Pan-African Parliament

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The Bureau of the Pan-African Parliament is essentially the leadership of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP) and consists of one President and four Vice-Presidents.

The President and each Vice-President represents a different region of Africa. The current members of the Bureau are:[1]

The Bureau is responsible for :

Carrying out any other functions as may be prescribed by Parliament or incidental to these functions.

List of presidents[]

President Took office Left office State Party Photo
1 Gertrude Mongella
Mongella Bureau
May 2004 May 2009  Tanzania Chama cha Mapinduzi Gertrude Mongella with Corinne Novell.jpg
2 Idriss Ndele Moussa
Moussa Bureau
May 2009 28 May 2012  Chad Patriotic Salvation Movement
3 Bethel Nnaemeka Amadi
Amadi Bureau
28 May 2012 27 May 2015  Nigeria People's Democratic Party
4 Roger Nkodo Dang 27 May 2015 incumbent
Term expires May 2018

List of Bureaus with representatives by region[]

Legend:        President -      Vice-president
Mandate Eastern Africa Central Africa Western Africa Northern Africa Southern Africa
1 2004–2009 Gertrude Mongella
Elise Loum
Jerome Sacca Kina Guezere (2004–2005)

Theophile Nata (2005–2009)

Mohammed Lutfi Farhat
Fernando Dias Van-Dúnem
2 2009–2012 Mary Mugyenyi (2009–2011)

Francoise Labelle (2011–2012)

Idriss Ndele Moussa
Bethel Nnaemeka Amadi
Laroussi Hammi
Joram Macdonald Gumbo
3 2012–2015 Juliana Kantengwa
Roger Nkodo Dang
Bethel Nnaemeka Amadi
Moustafa El Gendy
Loide L. Kasingo
4 2015–Present Ashebir W. Gayo
Roger Nkodo Dang
Bernadette Lahai
 Sierra Leone
Suilma Hay Emhamed Saleh
 Western Sahara
Eduardo Joaquim Mulembwe

See also[]


  1. ^ "Bureau". Archived from the original on 2015-02-18.
  2. ^ "Hon. Safia Elmi Djibril elected as PAP VP of the Eastern Africa Region". panafricanparliament.org. Pan-African Parliament. Retrieved 7 August 2016.

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