Sport Ramaphosa's party will vote against the report which incriminates it, thus opening the door to its indictment.
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The National Executive Committee of the African National Congress announced on Monday that it will finally vote against the section 89 report, a commission Independent who judged the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responsible for the concealment of a flight of dollars in cash in a farm of which he owned in 2020.
The decision of the leadership of the Ramaphosa party should ensure its continuity Before a vote scheduled for Tuesday in the South African Parliament, during which the opposition sought to force the resignation of the president, reports the South African television News24.
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"This means that the president will remain president," said the general treasurer of the ANC, Paul Mashatile, who explained that they will vote against because Ramaphosa announced a revision of the report.
"We are not going to support a process that would lead to the dismissal of the president," said Mashatile, who stressed that it will be up to Parliament itself to decide whether the report is ultimately voted.
Asked about what will happen if the deputies of the ANT vote in favor of the report, Mashatile replied: "We will cross this bridge when we arrive at this river".
Earlier in the day on Monday, it appeared that Mr. Ramaphosa had filed an appeal to the Constitutional Court against the report in section 89, appeal which was filed on Wednesday.
South Africa's parliament to debate Ramaphosa 'Farmgate' report .
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa's parliament was on Tuesday set to debate a report by a panel of experts that found preliminary evidence President Cyril Ramaphosa may have committed misconduct over a stash of foreign currency hidden at his private game farm. Ramaphosa has denied wrongdoing over the scandal, which has been dubbed "Farmgate" by the media. He has challenged the report in court and not been charged with any crime, but some opponents have called for his resignation. Later on Tuesday lawmakers will vote on whether to adopt the panel report, which would trigger the start of an impeachment process.