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Opposition parties Brief Media On Ramaphosa's #PhalaPhala Farm Theft Allegations :See Their Decision

Nine opposition parties in South Africa gathered today in the city of Johannesburg to decide what they will do concerning the Phala Phala farm robbery allegation against the president Ramaphosa.

This step was taken by the operation parties because they alleged that the parliament and the Senate failed to do their role to the people of the South in holding the president accountable for Violation of laws, his oath of office and the constitution.

SABC News revealed this information in their Facebook page when it says that " Opposition parties brief meda on president's Phala Phala farm robbery".

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The opposition parties in their meeting today in Johannesburg agreed as follows regarding the president's phala phala farm robbery:

1. The parliament must hold the president Ramaphosa accountable for Violation of laws, his oath of office and the constitution in terms of what they themed Phala Phala farm theft where millions of dollars were hidden by Ramaphosa.

2. The opposition parties will work closely with the civil societies, NGOs, trade unions etc to chart the common approach to hold the president and the executive accountable.

3. The opposition will find a concerted means to resolve the issues confronting the nation such as high cost of living, Electricity etc

4. The public Protector should as a matter of urgency as required by law released the response of the president in Phala Phala.

5. The law enforcement agencies in the country must not be allowed to cover up the president in the Violation of the laws, his oath of office and the constitution.

6. Also the opposition party will hold meeting with speaker of the parliament to discuss among other things the use of secret balloting in the vote of no Confidence.

These and many more are the summarized result of the meeting of the opposition parties regarding the phala phala farm theft.

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