Idriss Ndele Moussa
Idriss Ndele Moussa (born on 17 April 1959 in Chad, Africa, died 20 May 2013) was the president of the African Union's Pan-African Parliament from 2009-2012.1 He became president on May 29, 2009. The other leading contenders for the presidency were Sawadogo Lassane and Mostefa Abdelaziz El-Gendy. Moussa received a majority of votes of the members of the Pan-African Parliament.
A dental surgeon by profession, Moussa has served as Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ndjamena. He is married and has six children.
Moussa has held several leadership positions within the National Assembly of Chad, and has served for several years in the Pan-African Parliament.
He also served Secretary General of the Conseil Supérieur de Transition (CST), which acted as a provisional parliament from the National Sovereign Conference in Chad. He was a member of the African Union mission to observe the parliamentary elections in Mauritius in 2005, member of the PAP mission to observe the general elections in Zimbabwe in 2008, and Head of the PAP mission to observe the parliamentary elections in Angola in 2008.23
|President of the Pan-African Parliament
2009 – present
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- Pan-African Parliament members as of 15 March 2004
- Pan-African Parliament members, as of 2006
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