As soon as the independent panel gets the proposed motion, it has 30 days to look at it in light of Rule 129G and tell the Speaker whether or not there is enough evidence to show that the President broke any of the rules listed in the motion.
Those experts might try to find ways to avoid being impeached, so this might not be a big deal. Why not try it again? It worked for Zuma, so why not?
On the other hand, more and more people are calling for the President to step down. Recently, people on social media have been using the hashtag #CyrilMustResign a lot. "He is not the president because his bosses only use him as a tool. When you look at the deals he's making, you can tell that he won't stop until he's done what he set out to do "recently said someone on the social networking site Twitter.
At this point, the best thing for Ramaphosa to do is to step down. I think that the ruling party will lose both political support and votes because of his defiance in the upcoming elections. If Ramaphosa cares about the ANC, he should step down. So, what are your thoughts?
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