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Member Of Parliament Makes New Allegations Against President Cyril Ramaphosa

Fresh allegations have been made against President Cyril Ramaphosa. The Public Protector received a complaint from one of the Members of Parliament alleging that President Cyril Ramaphosa breached the executive code of ethics. According to eNCA news, Suspended ANC MP Mervyn Dirk had been identified as the complainant.

According to Busisiwe Mkhwebane's office, the investigation must be carried out within 30 days.

Spokesperson Oupa Segalwe said, "the Public Protector South Africa wishes to confirm that a complaint, in which a Member of Parliament has alleged a breach of the Executive Code of Ethics against the President, reached the office late afternoon on Wednesday, 26 January 2022."

According to reports, the complaint was made in terms of the Executive Members Ethics Act 82 of 1998 (EMEA). 

This report got a lot of people talking on social media. Some of the social media users who commented on Facebook alleged that even if the President was found guilty, he won't be touched by the law. Some users raised concerns that ANC is involved in all the corruption going on in the country. 

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