EFF extends motion of no confidence deadline

Written by on February 13, 2018

The EFF has announced that it has extended the deadline given to National Assembly speaker Baleka Mbete to respond to the party’s request for a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma.

The party tweeted that the deadline has been moved to 1pm on Tuesday, instead of 10am.

 

Mbete had initially scheduled the motion for 22 February.

However, several parties have called for it to be heard sooner.

On Monday, Parliament refuted claims that Mbete had rejected the EFF’s request for the motion to be heard on Tuesday.


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