She added: “We remain optimistic that we will, sooner than later, democratically and constitutionally sort out the remaining political aspects.”
The MP made the statement during a segment of the meeting where the political situation in member states is openly discussed.
She also gave fellow delegates a briefing of the events that led up to the current political situation.
Ms Mwaniki is leading the delegation. Others are: Uasin Gishu senator Prof Margaret Kamar, Rangwe MP Dr Lilian Gogo, as well as Kenyan ambassador to Belgium, Johnson Weru.
Kenya is a member of the ACP–EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly which was established under the Cotonou agreement and brings together parliamentarians from the African, Pacific and Caribbean countries four times every year to discuss social, political and economic concerns of the member states.
The meeting ends on Thursday.