The Economic Freedom Fighters has defended its “staged protest” which caused a disruption in the National Assembly.
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National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete was forced to adjourn a session in which MPs put questions to Jacob Zuma after Economic Freedom Fighters members heckled the president. I think ...
- The EFF was on the mark – Zuma can’t avoid important issues any more (78%, 182 Votes)
- The EFF’s behaviour is getting out of control (17%, 40 Votes)
- It makes for good entertainment (5%, 10 Votes)
Total Voters: 232
In our society, with all the criticisms, he is some kind of example for where he comes from.
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The ANC stalwart, Pallo Jordan, did the right thing. Upon being found to have pimped his qualifications by the Sunday Times, he resigned as an MP.