Here’s The List Of MPs Who Will Lead The No Confidence Motion Debate

List Of MPs Who Will Lead The No Confidence Motion Debate

National Speaker Baleka Mbete has published a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) who will lead the no confidence motion debate in Parliament today.

Also on the list is a time allocation for each speaker. A look at the list shows DA leader Mmusi Maimane has the highest time allocation of 12 minutes, followed by the ANC from the DA, ANC, EFF, FF Plus, IFP, NFP, AGANG, PAC, ACDP and APC are also expected to deliver their separate speeches during the historic onslaught on Zuma.

Today’s motion of no confidence is quite historic in the sense that it is the first time Members of the National Assembly will cast a vote by secret ballot on a motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma in seven years.

Mbete’s list reads:

Draft Resolution (The leader of the opposition): Motion of no confidence in the President, in terms of Section 102 (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996.

Party  Time                              Name

DA  –  12 minutes  – Honourable, the leader of the opposition – English

ANC –  8 minutes  – Honourable, The deputy chief whip of the majority party – English

EFF- 4 minutes- Honourable J S Malema – English

IFP- 3 minutes- Honourable M J Buthelezi – English

NFP – 3 minutes – Honourable N M Khubisa – English

UDM – 3 minutes – Honourable BM Homisa – English

ANC – 7 minutes – Honourable P P Mabe – English

FF PLus – 3 minutes – Honourable PJ Groenewald – A/English

Cope -3 minutes – Honourable M P G Lekota – English

ACDP – 3 minutes – Honourable K RJ Meshoe – English

DA – 7 minutes – Honourable P T van Damme – English

ANC – 8 minutes – The Miniter of Defence And Military  Veterans – English

IAC – 3 minutes – Honourable M P Galo – English

Agang – 3 minutes- Honourable M A Plouamma – English

PAC – 3 minutes – Honourable L A Mbinda – English

\APC – 3 minutes – Honourable N T Godi – English

ANC – 8 minutes – The Honourable Minister of Arts and Culture – English

DA – 1 minute – The Leader of the opposition – English

The vote of no confidence needs to be supported by 201 or more MPs to succeed. Voting will only happen after the debate. It is then that MPs will cast their ballots in the voting booths, after which the counting will commence.

Meanwhile, there are plenty of marches building up to the debate at 2 pm – some in favour of Zuma and some against the embattled president.

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