A member of Ghana’s delegation to the Pan-African Parliament Hon Frank Annoh-Dompreh has joined other West African MPs in denouncing the forthcoming elections at the Parliament as unlawful.
According to him, a swift action is needed from Foreign Ministers across Africa to safeguard the Pan-African Parliament.
This followed a February 3 memo which called MPs together in Addis Ababa on February 28, for an elective plenary session.
Hon. Annoh-Dompreh, in his capacity as the Majority Chief Whip representing Nsawam/Adoagyiri and leading the All Special Delegation at the Pan-African Parliament, expressed his dissatisfaction through social media regarding the recent decision to hold elections for the replacement of three members of the Presidency of the continental body, a move that has raised suspicions.
In his considered view, “PAP must not partake in any illegitimate actions… We refuse to regress!”
The Ghanaian lawmaker backed his protest with a letter of protest from the Chairpersons of regional caucuses directed to Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson of the African Union Commission.
Below is the Full Copy of the Letter
Source: Moderator Kamupinda