Committee on Transport, Industry, Communications, Energy, Science, and Technology
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The Committee on Transport, Industry, Communications, Energy, Science and Technology is one of the ten permanent committees of the Pan-African Parliament. It is responsible for the following areas:
- Consider issues relating to the development of transport and communications infrastructure.
- Assist Parliament to oversee the development and implementation of policies of the Union relating to transport, communication, science and technology and industry
- Consider issues relating to the use of science and technology for the development of the Continent
- Assist Parliament to supervise the development policies and the Union implementation programmes for matters of industry, science, technology and energy.
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