Committee on Trade, Customs, and Immigration Matters

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The Committee on Trade, Customs, and Immigration Matters is one of the ten permanent committees of the Pan-African Parliament. It concentrates on the following:

  • Consider matters relating to development of sound policy for cross-border, regional and continental concerns within the areas of trade, customs and immigration.
  • Assist the Parliament to oversee relevant organs or institutions and policies of the Union.
  • Assist the Parliament to oversee external trade.

The Committee is chaired by Lee Maeba of Nigeria.

The Deputy Chairperson of the committee is Dr. Faeka AlReafi from Egypt.

The Rapporteur of the Committee is Tsudao Gurirab from Namibia.