noted with grave concern the disruptions which have unfolded in Parliament
yesterday and which tantamount to bring the high institution into
encourages a continuous healthy and robust democracy, which includes
questioning the executives of the country, it must be exercised in a dignified
Acting GCIS CEO, Phumla Williams said the Parliamentary
platform, which is made up of proportional representation through the polls, is
for the use of all political representatives and yesterday’s offence actually
deprived South Africans from interacting with the President Jacob Zuma through
their elected representative.
“Government reminds all
citizens that they have recently elected and appointed the public’s preferred
candidate. South Africans enjoy their constitutional right to go to the
polls every five years to make their mark and to determine how political
parties have put across public issues Williams added.
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