DA underpins ANC Motion of No Confidence against Zuma

The Demo­c­ra­t­ic Alliance (DA) wel­comes the deci­sion by the ANC to sup­port the Motion of No Con­fi­dence in Pres­i­dent Zuma.

DA Leader Mmusi Maimane said the Motion of No Con­fi­dence against the Pres­i­dent affirms con­tention made by oppo­si­tion par­ties to expel Pres­i­dent  Zuma through Par­lia­ment.

Par­lia­ment has the abil­i­ty to elect and expel Pres­i­dents,” Maimane said in a state­ment on Wednes­day.

Maimane said this is the ninth such motion that Zuma will con­front and the main that the ANC will bol­ster.

We have con­sis­tent­ly pro­posed a com­pa­ra­ble motion to expel Zuma, and on each event, the ANC pro­tect him, even by the indi­vid­u­als who cur­rent­ly par­take in his polit­i­cal exe­cu­tion,” said Maimane.

Maimane said the ANC has not present­ly wok­en up to the harm Zuma has caused to the nation, includ­ing that the rul­ing par­ty ensured one polit­i­cal mas­ter, and now he has lost pow­er, they are secur­ing their new polit­i­cal ace.

Maimane depict­ed artic­u­la­tions by Sec­re­tary-Gen­er­al Ace Mag­a­shule, say­ing Pres­i­dent has done noth­ing wrong when asked by the media for what rea­son the ANC is recall­ing Zuma, as an insult to the coun­try.

We are clear why he should go now. Jacob Zuma is cor­rupt, he has abused his office, and he has usurped the Con­sti­tu­tion and has pul­ver­ized the pros­e­cu­tion ser­vices.

Zuma has utilised the Pres­i­den­cy to con­struct a deep-root­ed cor­rupt sys­tem that has infil­trat­ed every aspect of the state.

 

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