The African Union has taken steps to address alleged maladministration confronting the Pan African Parliament.
The South African delegation at the Pan African Parliament maintains Roger Nkodo Dang should not have been allowed to dissolve the fourth parliament, stand for re-election, and be re-elected as President without accounting for his 2015 to 2018 term.
New member of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP) Chief Mandla Mandela says incumbent PAP President Roger Nkodo Dang and those who have already been president should withdraw from the race and give a chance to those from the North and South.
Burundi’s Ambassador to South Africa Isaie Ntirizoshira has assured the international community that the 17 May referendum in his country will proceed smoothly.
Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat says the Pan African Parliament should be in the fore-front of fighting corruption across Africa, including the ever increasing illicit flow of money in the continent.