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PAP’s Massouda Laghdaf chosen to lead APNAC electoral process

First Vice-President of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP), Hon. Professor Massouda Mohamed Laghdaf (Mrs) has been appointed President of the Electoral Commission to lead the election of the new members of the Board of Directors of the Parliamentary Network Africans Against Corruption (APNAC) at the ongoing 8th Biennial Network General Assembly at Cotton.

Organizers cited her extensive experience and PAP leadership role on the continent as reasons for unanimously choosing Hon. Prof Laghdaf to preside over the process.

APNAC meets in Cotonou to renew its leadership to revive its activities in the framework of strengthening and institutionalizing the Network in the fight against corruption. Other members of the Election Commission included:

- Rapporteur: General Mohamed Salama, President Association of African Anti-Corruption Authorities (Egypt)

- Member: Dr Rasheed Draman, Executive Director, African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA).

The Honorable Louis Gbèhounou Vlavonou, Speaker of the National Assembly of Benin, has been elected the new Chairman of the APNAC Board of Directors.

Source: Jeffrey Onganga, Media Officer, Pan-African Parliament.


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