Former President Mbeki Says MPs Should Vote With Their Consciences on Zuma No Confidence Vote

StoryfulNewsPublished: August 8, 2017
Published: August 8, 2017

Former President of South Africa Thabo Mbeki said on August 8 that members of parliament should vote with their consciences on a no confidence motion against Jacob Zuma, who served as Deputy President to Mbeki from 1999 to 2005. Mbeki was in Kenya to monitor presidential and parliamentary elections on August 8, the date of the no confidence vote against Zuma. In the first video, Mbeki talks about the no confidence motion, and says that MPs should vote truthfully, according to their consciences, and that they should not be afraid of being punished by the party, as the vote is secret. In the second video, Mbeki talks about the positive atmosphere at the voting stations in Kenya. Credit: Twitter/Vauldi Carelse via Storyful

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