Angola supports improvement of SADC-PF into local parliament|News Ghana

Southern African Development Community (SADC)
Southern African Development Community (SADC)

Angola on Friday declared its assistance to the procedure of changing the the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Parliamentary Forum (SADC-PF) into a local parliament.

The declaration is from the speaker of Angola’s National Assembly, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, throughout a virtual conference of the Executive Committee of the SADC-PF happening from Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

“I would like to guarantee that the Angolan Parliament, the government and the President of the Republic maintain their support for the process of transforming the SADC-PF into a regional parliament,” he stated.

He guaranteed that Angola is all set to make its contribution, “so that this noble and important mission achieves the success that we all hope and long for.”

The speaker of the Angolan parliament praised his equivalents in Zimbabwe and Namibia for the lobbies performed to give an effective conclusion the procedure of changing the SADC-PF into a local parliament.

In his turn, the president of the SADC-PF, Christophe Pwanga of the DRC, in his opening speech, required preserving the characteristics of the program for changing the SADC-PF into a local parliament.

The improvement of the SADC Parliamentary Forum into a local parliament was suggested in numerous online forums by the SADC Council of Ministers, in specific in 2018 in Windhoek, however to date it still stays an undetermined concern.

The SADC-PF, developed in 1997, is the present structure for intermediary and conversation amongst parliamentarians in the area, functioning as a self-governing inter parliamentary body. Enditem

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Angola supports improvement of SADC-PF into local parliament|News Ghana