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Arab Parliament

At the Arab League Summit of 2001-Amman, the Arab states agreed to create an Arab Parliament, and came up with a resolution to give the Secretary General of the Arab League the power to start and create the Parliament. In 2004, in the ordinary Arab League Summit in Algiers was the official date where all Arab League Members agreed to send their representative to the temporary Parliament sessions that took place in the headquarters of the Arab League in Cairo, Egypt, with each member state sending four members, until the Parliament is reassigned permanently to its under-construction office in Damascus.

The headquarters was in Damascus till on May 22, 2012 the sessions were suspended and transferred to Cairo. The Arab League is now preparing to move the headquarters of the parliament to Baghdad.

Ali Salim Al-Daqbasi (of Kuwait) is the current Speaker of the Parliament.

Contents

  • List of Members of the Parliament 1
  • Observers 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

List of Members of the Parliament

Observers

References

  1. ^

External links

  • League of Arab States
  • Arab Inter-parliamentary Union
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