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ATM resubmits demand for no certainty movement against Ramaphosa

JOHANNESBURG - The African Transformation Movement (ATM) has resubmitted its solicitation for a movement of no certainty against President Cyril Ramaphosa

In an email shipped off Speaker of Parliament Nosivie Mapisa-Nqakula by party pioneer Vuyo Zungula on Wednesday, it demands that she reexamines setting a movement of no certainty against the president on the plan right away.

This is considering the Supreme Court of Appeal's decision last week, which put away a choice by the past Speaker to dismiss its solicitation that democratic in the movement be done under secret polling form.

ATM said since Ramaphosa came into power sporadic use in government and state-claimed elements expanded, while exactly the same SOEs kept on falling without anybody being viewed to be answerable.

The SCA had found then Speaker Thandi Modise misconstrued her attentiveness; this presently forces her replacement Mapisa-Nqakula to reevaluate the ATM's solicitation.We ought to see what will happen next.

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