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PAP signs MOU with SAPST, as Palestinian Ambassador pays courtesy call.

The Pan-African Parliament and the Southern African Parliamentary Support Trust have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in a bid to support the Continental Parliament on its mandate, which forms part of a bigger picture; working towards the Agenda 2063.

The agreement is meant to support the PAP Permanent Committees and Members of Parliament to perform effective oversight, enhance the PAP’s representational role, raise awareness to Civil Society Organizations and the African people, increase media involvement in PAP activities and facilitate peer learning among African Legislators.

Founded in 2007 to strengthen local and regional Parliaments, Southern African Parliamentary Support Trust trains Parliamentary Committees and Secretariats in legislative, policy, budget analysis and reporting.

In a related development, the Ambassador of the State of Palestine, H.E Hashem DAJANI has paid a courtesy call on Hon. Roger Nkodo DANG, President of PAP ahead of the Permanent Committee Sittings of March, 2019. The Ambassador and his delegation briefed the President of the Pan-African Parliament on the latest political developments in Palestine. Palestine was granted observer status by the PAP in May 2017.

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