Opposition Parties’ Frustrated With Parliament

The decision by opposition parties to band together in a vote of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma highlights a growing frustration with Parliament

The decision by opposition parties to band together in a vote of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma highlights a growing frustration with Parliament.
 
Executive director of the Institute for Democracy in Africa, Paul Graham, says that proposing a motion of no confidence in a president is legitimate political activity.
 
Graham states that, “Personally I would like to see a rational, hard talking debate in Parliament about the state of the nation and the performance of the president.”
 
To read the article titled, “Parliament gridlocked in run-up to Mangaung,” click here.

Source: 
Mail & Guardian

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