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Ramaphosa: South Africans must guard against efforts to diminish democracy

JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa has approached South Africans to prepare for endeavors to reduce the nation's hard-won majority rules system.President Cyril Ramaphosa accepted part one of the state capture report on 4 January 2022.

Albeit the president makes no immediate reference to Minister Lindiwe Sisulu's broadly denounced open letter on the nation's Constitution and legal executive, he said that among the establishments needing assurance was the freedom and respectability of the legal executive.

Peruse: CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Parly fire showed how unequivocally residents feel about vote based system

This week, President Ramaphosa considers the fire that desolated Parliament and different assaults on the nation's key foundations.

He said that South Africans expected to secure the Constitution, the majority rule state and discretionary cycle from those trying to debilitate a vote based system and hard-won opportunity.

Nonetheless, the president stays mum on Minister Sisulu's comments, which are a contradiction of public approach.

There are calls from certain segments of society for Ramaphosa to make a move against her.

On the fire in Parliament, he expresses that it has exhibited how firmly the country's residents feel about vote based system, saying that it is a token of the significance of attempting to fortify and protect it.

He likewise recognizes the difficulties that lie ahead for the country this year, including the work to reconstruct and recuperate from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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