Arab Parliament
At the Arab League
Arab League
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 Summit of 2001-Amman
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, the Arab states agreed to create an Arab Parliament, and came up with a resolution to give the Secretary General
Amr Moussa
Amr Mohammed Moussa is an Egyptian politician and diplomat who was the Secretary-General of the Arab League, a 22-member forum representing Arab states, from 1 June 2001 until 1 June 2011. He is a candidate in the 2011 Egyptian presidential election....

 of the Arab League the power to start and create the Parliament. In 2004, in the ordinary Arab League Summit in Algiers
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 was the official date where all Arab League Members agreed to send their representative to the temporary Parliament sessions that took place in the headquarters of the Arab League in Cairo
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, Egypt
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, with each member state sending four members, until the Parliament
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 is reassigned permanently to its under-construction office in Damascus
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Ali El-Salem El-Dekbas (of Kuwait
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) is the current Speaker of the Parliament.

List of Speakers of the Parliament

Walid Khaled Al-Gary Raga'a Ismail al Arabi Robert Iskandar Ghanem Rawhi Fattuh
Rawhi Fattuh
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 Zacheria Mahmoud Hagi Abdi Samia Hussein Sayed Ahmed Sertib Muhammad Hussein Sa'ad Gamal Soud Bin Ahmed El Berouani Salma Bint Tekdi Salwa Damin El-Masri Selim Deeb El-Za'enoun Sana Abd El-Mene'em El-Banna Sief Bin Hashim El-Maskary Salih Ahmed El-Toum El-Omraby A'eda Morgan Haram El-Shemsy Aisha Yousif Al-Mena'e Abbas Al-Biati Abd-El-Hak Boumashra Abd-El-Rahman Hassan Riala ABD-EL-Rahman Ali Al-Shamsy ABD-El-Raham Lidek Abd-El-Aziz Abd-Allah Al-Moussiy Abd-El-Karim Faisal El-Daghmy Abd-Allah Ahmed Ghanem Abd-Allah Bousnan Abd-El-Hady Attallah Ammegalli Abd-El-Wahed Arrady Abd-El-Wahed Mahmoud El-Awadi Elwei Sayed Muhammed Ali Bin-Said El Behya'i Ali Khreiss Ali Abd-allah Abou-Hleika Ammar Sa'adany Omara Bin-Muhammed Al-Makhloufy Amr Bouiflan Awad Bard El-Enzzi Fahd Bin-Majid Al-Mamari Fahmy Ahmed Muhammed Al-Hajj Qamar Adam Ali Moemen Bahdoun Fareh Mubarak Ghanem Bouthamer Ali Muhammed El-Hussein Al-Amin Ahmed Nasser Muhammed Sobhi Boudreballah Muhammed Bin-Ibrahim Bin-Muhammed El-Helwa Muhammed Bin-Abd-Allah Bin-Muhammed El-Ghamdi Muhammed Bin-Hady Ouaynee Muhammed Jasim Al-Saqr Muhammed Salim El-Mazrouy Muhammed Abd-Allah Abou-Hedib Muhammed Edwita Yousif Muhammed Amr Tolha Muhammed Mualim Abd-El-Rahman Muhammed Weld El-Sheikh Al-Moustafa Muhammed Weld Muhammed El-Hafez Muhammed Weld Harun Weld El-Sheikh Seddeya Mahmoud El-Abrash Mostafa El-Feqqy Mostafa Okasha Moufid El-Jaza'ery Mansour Bin-Mahmoud Abd-El-Ghaffar Mansour Aziz Hamoud El-Zendany Nasser Khalil El-Jidah Nasser Qaddour Nour-Eddine Sa'id El-Heyaly Nour-Eddine Midlaj Hoda Fathy Salim Bin-Amer Ali El-Salem El-Dekbas

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