ActionSA leader says Parliament’s ethics committee must sanction EFF leader is strongest possible
ActionSA urges Parliament’s ethics committee to follow Malema’s example
September 12, 2021
ActionSA is happy to learn that our complaint against Julius Malema to the President of the National Assembly, for his public remarks encouraging illegal immigration in January this year, will see the leader of the EFF sanctioned.
At a press conference earlier this year, Malema said the following:
“So let the borders be open and if the doors are not open for SADC, other SADC members, please find a creative way, this is your home, your families are here. There’s no way anyone will lock you in here. Lesotho and the Free State are one thing, Mpumalanga and Swazi are one thing, North West and Botswana are one thing, Limpopo and Zimbabwe are one thing. What is it for, it is not useful at all … “
The link to the remarks can be consulted here.
We are a country facing real challenges in terms of the rule of law, unemployment and government services that the South African people already lack. Illegal immigration continues to exacerbate these problems in South Africa.
To add insult to injury, South Africans are being asked to pay the salary of an MP, who has sworn to uphold and promote the same laws of our country that he actively encourages people in other countries. to be infringed.
ActionSA will continue to call for strict control of our borders and protection of South Africa’s sovereignty. I call on the Ethics Commission of the National Assembly to sanction Malema in the strongest possible terms, to send a message to the deputies that they cannot promote anarchy and anarchy in our country.
Posted by Herman Mashaba, President of ActionSA on September 12, 2021