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The Third African Greens Congress in Madagascar Consolidated AGF’s gains

Main Outcomes from the Third African Greens Congress in Madagascar

The African Greens Federation is pleased to inform its members and friends that it successfully held its third congress in Antananarivo-Madagascar and consolidated its gains.

The congress took place from 20th -21st June 2014. It brought together 17 political parties from across Africa.

After approving the federation’s reports and future program, the congress elected different officials for the next period (2014-2018) as follows:

AGF’s Executive Committee:

President: Dr.Frank Habineza from Rwanda

First Vice President: Mr.Adama Sere from Burkina Faso

Second Vice President: Ms.Saraha Georget from Madagascar

Secretary General: Prof.Papa Meisa Dieng from Senegal

Treasurer: Ms.Robinah K.Nanyunja from Uganda

Communication Secretary: Mr.Adamou Garba from Niger

It also confirmed the Regional Chairpersons on the committee as follows:

Western Africa: Mr.Napo Nissao Ireene from Togo

Eastern Africa: Dr.Charles Maringo from Kenya

Northern Africa: Dr.Mohamed Awad from Egypt

Indian Ocean states: Mr.Sylvio Michel from Mauritius

Central Africa: Mr.Didace Pembe Bokiaga from the Democratic Republic of Congo

Southern Region: Mr.Kelvin Kaunda from Zambia

The congress also elected three officials to represent Africa on the Global Greens Coordination: These are: Dr.Frank Habineza from Rwanda, Mr.Adamou Garba from Niger and Ms.Fatima Alaoui from Morocco. The three substitutes are: Ms.Saraha Georget from Madagascar, Mr.Badono Daigou from Chad and Ms.Robinah K.Nanyunja from Uganda.

AGF’s Commission of Ethics

President: Mr.Badono Diagou from Chad

Vice President: Mr.Ibrahima Traole from Mali

Secretary: Mr.Mohamed Tounkara from Guinea-Conakry

Commissioner: Mr.Gideon Mzamba from Zambia

Commissioner: Ms. Fatima Alaoui from Morocco

Audit Commissioners

Mr.Alasane Toure from Mali

Ms.Natacha Bouloux from Mauritius

The third African Greens Congress in Madagascar was indeed a great success, it achieved all its objectives and reconfirmed to support Greens in the Indian Ocean states to create six region of AGF. It also reconfirmed to stand with the Mauritius Greens in their second phase of hunger strike demanding the implementation of the agreed reforms in the Nelson Mandela Trust Fund.

The next AGF Congress will be hosted by the Parti Ecologique Congolais in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

 

For More information, please contact

Mr.Adamou Garba

AGF’s Communication Secretary

24/6/2014

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