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“You Should Protect The Interest of SAns Not The Interest of Ramaphosa ” — ATM to Gcaleka

Advocate Kholeka Gcaleka has been asked by the ATM philosophical gathering to get a handle on the significance of her secret oversee president Cyril Ramaphosa. The philosophical gathering saw that the specialist Public Protector ought to shield the interest of people of South Africa and not the interest of one single individual, president Cyril Ramaphosa. This was communicated in a dispatch issue by the opposition, empowering that delegate Public Protector to represent herself. The party saw that she ought to happen from without a hint of Busisiwe Mkhwebane for instance happened from where the suspended Public Protector ended. They saw that the status quo as of now, the specialist Public Protector isn't doing it that way. The African Transformation Movement (ATM) communicated that before the delegate Public Protector made a choice to override the EMEA, she ought to tell them as people from the National Assembly. This is the spot of the ATM.

The ATM said that they accept the Deputy Public Protector ought to represent herself. Also, the party believed that president Cyril Ramaphosa is as of now going to different social affairs outside the country just to make an effort not to address the 31 requests that were sent off him. They saw that the president is avoiding the issue being referred to and zeroing in on the huge issue, which is to answer the requests. They asked the Deputy Public Protector to urged president Cyril Ramaphosa to rapidly address the requests given to him by the suspended Public Protector. Additionally, they further explained that they are disappointed that the president isn't resolving questions. Besides, they further said that they are centered around causing the president to address his exercises.

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ATM African Transformation Movement Cyril Ramaphosa Kholeka Gcaleka National Assembly


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