Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Cape Town council could find stability today

The leader of the Independent Democrat Caucus in the Cape Town City Council has called on Mayor Helen Zille to bring stability to the council during today’s vote to change the system of government. A full sitting of the council will debate an ID motion to change the system. Simon Grindrod says if the motion is successful, the DA, ANC and ID will have the chance to form a stable and representative city government which reflects the wishes of 94 percent of the voters. The current system was introduced by the ANC in 2002 and resulted in unilateral decisions being made by the mayor.

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