Yesterday, Parliament opted to start the lenghty process to determine the rules to remove a Public Protector from office. The BLF noted the decision and only had one thing to ask: Where was the EFF?
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Black First, Land First might be a 'failed political party', but that hasn't stopped them from commenting on political issues.
Briefly.co.za reported yesterday that Parliament had asked the relevant committee to determine the process to strip Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane of her title.
The party released a statement, questioning where the Economic Freedom Fighters had been in that crucial moment.
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The Red Berets have made a public display of their support for the embattled Mkhwebane, but had failed to raise any qualms about the beginning of the effort to remove her.
The BLF noted this with disdain, commenting in the statement
"DA has instigated process in defence of Ramaphosa, who is considered by this white party to be the best defender of white monopoly capital (WMC). It was a known fact that the committee had scheduled a meeting to discuss the expulsion of the Public Protector. Where was the EFF? Before the revelations emerged that the EFF had taken money from Ramaphosa, it presented itself as defender of Public Protector. However when an important opportunity arose to defend Public Protector this party, with more than 40 members of parliament, was nowhere to be found."
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