AU Summit: Moussa Faki Mahatam re-elected as head of African Union Commission

On Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 19:29

Addis Ababa – Moussa Faki Mahamat, the outgoing chairman of the African Union Commission, was re-elected for a four-year term as head of the commission on Saturday, his spokesman Ibba Kalado announced.

During the voting held on Saturday as part of the 34th General Session of the AU summit, the chairman of the commission collected 51 votes, Ebba Kalondo said in a tweet.

The new Commission of the African Union which will result in the 34th Summit of the Union will have to complete the reform and get down quickly for the implementation of the major projects of AU20 Commission Chairman Agenda 2063.

“There will be a historical distinction of electing the leadership of the Commission in this Assembly session. Thus, the new commission will have to complete the reforms, respond without delay to the pressure requirements of the states and come down quickly for the implementation of major projects of Agenda 2063 ”, underlined the warts Faki Mahamat during the session . Videoconferencing of the 34th General Session of the AU Summit.

Returning to his term as the head of the Commission, Mr. Faki Mahamat noted that all his actions in the last four years guide the concern for strengthening the African Union in its internal structures and in its presence. On the international scene.

The heads of government and heads of government of the 54 member countries of the African Union began the morning by videoconferencing the work of the 34th General Session of the AU Summit with Moscow’s participation.

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