Motion of no confidence against Ramaphosa won’t go ahead

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The motion of no confidence in President Cyril Ramaphosa has not gone ahead.

This as political parties in the National Assembly were divided on whether the matter is sub judice or not. The African Transformation Movement (ATM) had brought the motion but had approached the Cape High Court to have the vote on the motion to be secret.

But the court struck the matter of the roll earlier this week saying it was not urgent. But the ATM insists its still before the court. The African Transformation Movement (ATM) leader and MP Vuyolwethu Zungula says there is a case number, which clearly indicates that there is an on-going court process in the matter.

“There is conflict or disagreement with the ATM and Parliament Speaker on the method of voting and that is before the courts,” said Zungula.

Zungula adds that the motion couldn’t proceed and vote whereas the method of voting is still under judicial review.

 

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