What next for the Pan African Parliament?

The fourth ordinary session of the fifth Pan African parliament was suspended yesterday, with no resumption date in sight.
This follows chaotic scenes during a debate on the organisations elections process, which led to the collapse of an ordinary session held in Midrand this week.
At the heart of the divisions was the strong push by Sadc countries for the implementation of a rotational principle in the election of the Pan African parliament president, which was meant to be elected during the sitting.
Head of media and communications for the Pan African parliament, Jeffery Onganga, explains what the sitting had hoped to achieve, what caused the division and what next steps would be implemented by the organisation.