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Ramaphosa’s first time no motion of confidence day has arrived

Jane Furse – President Cyril Ramaphosa will be facing the motion of no confidence initiated by the African Transformation Movement (ATM).

The day of deciding Ramaphosa’s fitness as the President of the Republic of South Africa (RSA) is here, as the motion of no confidence simply means the president’s deemed unfit for the Presidency Office.

Even though SA’s facing difficult times, the pandemic is here, ATM insisted that the motion take place based on their strong belief that Ramaphosa has failed to respect Constitution of the RSA by protecting Minister Province Gordhan who imitated the South African Revenue Service (SARS) Rogue Unit, his refusal to disclose the CR17 campaign documents to the Public Protect Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane as she made adverse findings against him and as such Mr President plotted to remove Mkhwebane from her capacity.

ATM vows to diligently serve South Africans as the party accused the National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise for being biased against the party, they are saying she refused their request for a secret ballot and her loyalty to the governing party is uncalled for – it clearly shows that she’ll do anything to protect it.

“The Speaker’s loyalty to her party has prevented her from conceding to the legitimate pleas of the ATM to have voting conducted in a secret ballot,” said the party’s spokesperson, Sibusiso Mankwabe.

The morning of the 1st day of December, eNCA aired and gave a slight introduction to what will be happening today.

Members of Parliament are said to be discussing Ramaphosa’s fitness to hold office in the next couple of hours following the request made by the African Transformaction Movement (ATM).

ATM’s leader Vuyolwethu Zungula said, “All these legitimate examples fell on deaf ears, leaving the ATM no choice but to seek to protect democracy, the objective of the Constitution and rules of Parliament by approaching the high court in the Western Cape for relief.” Zungula made the assertions that his party’s application quested to review Modise’s decision.

Last night, ATM leader told tweeters that journalists, analysts and experts are deliberately ignoring the merits of the party’s motion, saying it’s because they can’t defend South Africans or better their lives.

Zungula highlighted how secret ballot ensures fairness when contrasted to open ballot. Literally , the identity of the vote caster’s anonymous in secret ballot, the one that was done in Jacob Zuma’s motion of no confidence in 2017 of which led to his stepping down or leaving the office in 2018.

Let the party that is going to take South Africa forward, respect the Constitution and Parliament of the SA, fight corruption and nepotism, put in Ministries leaders of high caliber who will respect our brother and sisters, and fight unemployment and poor service delivery exhibited at SA local municipalities win.