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The ruling party The ANC is preparing for a muscular confrontation weekend. This week Its Secretary General Ace Shorts was suspended from his duties, for refusing to resign pending his trial for corruption. Its allies are mobilizing, while this weekend must meet the National Executive Committee - the 10 highest leaders of the ANC to examine this setting out.
It is a true trench war that prepares within the ANC. Ace shops, with the support of former President Jacob Zuma, will not leave without fighting. He estimates his illegal suspension. And appealed to the National Executive Committee, the largest organ of the ANC.
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his supports for them mobilize and accuse those responsible to jeopardize the future of the movement. In the face, we retort that the decision is effective. This is the internal rules of the ANC, it is recalling. Any member pursued for corruption or other serious crimes must withdraw the time of his trial.
two factions oppose. That faithful to the Secretary-General trying to stay at his post. And the one who supports the President of the Cyril Ramaphosa, who seems before having gained ground in recent years. Local elections next year.
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