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List of members of the Pan-African Parliament

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the African Union

Below is a list of the MPs that make up the African Union's Pan-African Parliament, the respective countries they are elected from, and their political party.[1] The current members are serving during the 2004 to 2009 period, after which new members will be elected or re-elected.

Contents

  • Algeria 1
  • Angola 2
  • Benin 3
  • Botswana 4
  • Burkina Faso 5
  • Burundi 6
  • Cameroon 7
  • Cape Verde 8
  • Central African Republic 9
  • Chad 10
  • Congo 11
  • Djibouti 12
  • Egypt 13
  • Equatorial Guinea 14
  • Ethiopia 15
  • Gabon 16
  • The Gambia 17
  • Ghana 18
  • Guinea 19
  • Guinea Bissau 20
  • Kenya 21
  • Lesotho 22
  • Liberia 23
  • Libya 24
  • Madagascar 25
  • Malawi 26
  • Mali 27
  • Mauritania 28
  • Mauritius 29
  • Mozambique 30
  • Namibia 31
  • Niger 32
  • Nigeria 33
  • Rwanda 34
  • Sahrawi Republic 35
  • Senegal 36
  • Sierra Leone 37
  • Somalia 38
  • South Africa 39
  • Sudan 40
  • Swaziland 41
  • Tanzania 42
  • Togo 43
  • Tunisia 44
  • Uganda 45
  • Zambia 46
  • Zimbabwe 47
  • References 48
  • External links 49

Algeria[2]

Angola[3]

Benin[4]

Botswana[5]

Burkina Faso[6]

Burundi[7]

Cameroon[8]

Cape Verde[9]

Central African Republic[10]

Chad

Congo[11]

Djibouti[12]

Egypt[13]

Equatorial Guinea[14]

Ethiopia[15]

Gabon[16]

The Gambia[17]

Ghana[18]

Guinea[19]

Guinea Bissau[20]

Kenya[21]

Lesotho[22]

Liberia[23]

Libya[24]

Madagascar[25]

Malawi[26]

Mali[27]

Mauritania[28]

Mauritius[29]

Mozambique[30]

Namibia[31]

Niger[32]

Nigeria[33]

Rwanda[34]

Sahrawi Republic[35]

Senegal[36]

Sierra Leone[37]

Somalia[38]

South Africa[39]

Sudan[40]

Swaziland[41]

Tanzania[42]

Togo[43]

Tunisia[44]

Uganda[45]

Zambia[46]

Zimbabwe[47]

References

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External links

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