STRUCTURE OF THE PAPREN


  • Parliament -The Parliament will be composed of three (3) Royal members per EMBO Kingdom’s Royal Nations that has endorsed the Protocol inaugurating it, including at least one woman and one youth reflecting the diversityofour country’s demographics or deliberative organ.
  • Procedures -Under the rules of the EMBO Kingdom Rules of Procedure, a parliamentarian’s tenure of office shall begin when he or she has taken the oath of office or made a solemn declaration during a PAPREN plenary session.
  • Elections -A Parliamentarian’s term will not exceed 5 years and should correspond to the EMBO Kingdoms Constitution or any other considered organ that elected or designated the parliamentarian.
  • Plenary-The full Assembly of the Parliament is called the Plenary. It is the main decision-making body and passes resolutions. The Plenary consists of the Royals of the EMBO Nations representatives and is chaired by the HRM Chancellor King Bhungane III,The King of the EMBO Kingdom and President of the Parliament.

 The mission of the Pan African Parliament of the Royals of the EMBO Nations is to enable the deep-seated emancipation of our EMBO Nations’ communities through radical implementation of various programs commanded by our cultures and traditions, steered by the restoration of our people’s dignity with their ancestral land inheritance and achieve active socio-economic participation and freedom.

ORGANS OF THE PAPREN

THE PAPREN

The PAPREN organs are the Bureau Committees.

Bureau  

 The Bureau is composed of His Royal Majesty The Chancellor King Bhungane III and 2 vice-presidents (1 Woman and 1 Youth), representing the various EMBO Nations, and is responsible for leading and providing strategic direction as well as high level management of the Parliament and its organs. The parliament will be an opinion maker on social matters and responsible to change the socio-economic discourse of the communities of the EMBO Nations. 


Youth

 Vice president (Youth) is responsible for all women empowerment and development programs and provides strategic implementation on the discourse thereof well as high level management of the Parliament and its organs. 

Women

The Vice President (Woman) is responsible for all women empowerment and development programs and provides strategic implementation on the discourse thereof well as high level management of the Parliament and its organs

Committees

There are 8 Permanent Technical Committees including 1 Working Committee responsible for EMBO Kingdoms Events, Affairs and mobilizing comprising of a chairperson, Treasurer and Secretary as well as 1 Policy and Oversight Committee and the Intelligence and Security Cluster, whose mandate and functions are set out in the PAPREN Rules of Procedure.Each committee can have up to maximum of 10 members. The Committees are :

  • Committee on Policy, Strategic Planning and Oversight.
  • Committee on Land Restoration and Border Eradication.
  • Committee on EMBO Nations Ethnic Cleansing, Traditions and Cultural Restoration
  • Committee on Socio-Economic Development of EMBO Nations Communities.
  • Committee on Education, Research & Development and Early Childhood Development
  • Committee on International Relations,Trade and Cooperation
  • Committee on Finance and Budgetary Affairs
  • Committee on Rural Economy, Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment.
  • Committee on Policy, Strategic Planning and Oversight - Will assists the Parliament with policy development, strategic planning and implementation of programs on issues of access to education, promotion of culture and tourism, and human resource development.
  • Committee on Land Restoration and Border Eradication: The committee will focus on Land Restoration and colonial border eradication, conducting research and advocate for the land restoration to the right-full owners as well the radication of colonialborders.
  • Committee on EMBO Nations’ Cleansing, Traditions and Cultural Restoration:This committee’s area of focus will be paying attention to detail policies and procedures to be followed for cleansing the bloods that were spilt over centuries to date, from wars, colonial and apartheid killings as well as xenophobic killings and criminal eradication of our EMBO Nations’ ancestors. organising and leading the rituals to be performed and sourcing the funding as well as assist in bringing the perpetrators to bookand the repayment procedures there of to the victims families.

Statutory Meetings

MEETINGS OF THE PAPREN

The PAPREN should meet at least twice in ordinary session within a one-year period. Parliamentary sessions can last for up to one month. The PAP can also meet in extraordinary sessions.

Times

The Permanent Committees meet twice a year (March and August) for statutory meetings and can meet more often during parliamentary sessions or for nonstatutory meetings when the need arises.

The caucuses meet in ordinary session twice a year during parliamentary sessions (Rules of Procedure).

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