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SA opposition desperate to remove Zuma

by Njabulo
10 Aug 2017 at 11:06hrs | Views
To be fair, Zuma deserves to be in that position because he was democratically elected as the President of SA, in line with what is entrenched in the SA Constitution. What the opposition parties are doing is unconstitutional.

They are trying to oppose what the majority of the people in SA want. It's a big shame that they have failed in their endeavour. Zuma, by virtue of his capacity as the SA president, has the prerogative, which he derives from the SA Constitution, to form and disband a cabinet. To appoint and dismiss any member of the cabinet, if he deems it fit.

The right which he is not conferred by the SA Constitution is to be corrupt as that compromises his position as the SA president. So, if he is corrupt or is alleged to be corrupt, that has to be dealt by the courts. He has got to be indicted for any crimes that he has committed.

No one is above the law. However, for that to happen, incriminating evidence has to be adduced in court. The courts cannot just convict him on just mere hearsay, fabricated evidence that cannot be proven beyond any reasonable doubt by the prosecution. The courts base their legal premise to convict anyone alleged to have committed a crime on evidence. Not just mere malicious falsehood accusations made by desperate opposition parties. Of course, it is within the SA Constitution to have a vote of no confidence on the president, but what the SA opposition parties are doing, is an abuse of that right. They are desperate to remove Zuma because they cannot beat ANC through the ballot box.

Viva Zuma and long live.

Bayede mfoka Zuma.
Njabulo :libertyatliberty at gmail dot com

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