The Cameroonian, Roger Nkodo Dang, has been re-elected the president of the Pan-African parliament.
The elections took place in South Africa and he won with 132 votes, while his runner up Mostafa El-Gendy of Egypt had 47 out of 224 votes.
This re-election in which he won an absolute majority, reveals that the Cameroon is popular and trusted by African parliamentarians despite a hostile campaign notably from members of the Southern African caucus.
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