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When the ANC and South Africa are on the wrong side of history

No one is blind but he who does not want to see, as the saying goes. The ANC, for African National Congress, the party in power in South Africa which passes for being a champion of political paradox and hypocrisy, illustrates this better than anyone to the great displeasure of this Nation when it is is about the Kingdom.

Indeed, the party of the president, Cyril Ramaphosa, which has made its priorities for 2023, to work for the expulsion of Morocco from the African Union or at least to isolate it from this body, is trying to small watered sprinkler game.

Dreaming does not kill and South Africa to change anything in the Constitutive Act of the AU, before being able to expel Morocco, Cyril Ramaphosa & Co, will have to amend or revise the articles which moreover must be adopted and ratified by all Member States at a Conference of the Union (Heads of State).

But, this should only be seen as a response to the follow-up meeting of former African Prime Ministers and Foreign Ministers, signatories of the Tangier Appeal – demanding the expulsion of the ghostly “SADR” from the AU – and which was held a week ago in Marrakech.

It is because this parterre of African personalities, by claiming legitimately and moreover the exclusion of the separatist and terrorist movement, had the effect of a Tsunami in Pretoria. However, the Tangier Appeal only aims to repair a historical error and a political fault, as the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad, Nasser, had asserted. Bourita during this event in Marrakech.

The head of diplomacy had actually estimatedthat ” the presence of the +srdp+ within the AU was an institutional obstacle, an anomaly and a legal aberration, because it does not correspond to the constituent elements of a State at the international level” , because ineffective because of its non-State character. As a result, it brings no added value to the AU and becomes a source of division rather than unity. It is therefore only fair to exclude him from the Pan-African Commission.

However, South Africa, which through its ruling party, the ANC, doggedly defends this terrorist movement, is swimming against the tide and on the wrong side of history. Last October, theSouth African President Cyril Ramaphosa, fresh from a corruption scandal that nearly cost him his job as head of the ANC and South Africa, said his government supported ” without hesitation “ the sard. It was on the occasion of the arrival of the leader of the Polisario in Pretoria and after the demonstration in front of the Embassy of the Kingdom. A demonstration led by ministers of the South African government.

Most recently, during the opening ceremony of the African Nations Championship (CHAN), the so-called grandson of Nelson Mandela, Zwelivelile Mandela, member of the ANC, had “distinguished himself” from a pro-terrorist and separatist speech calling for war on January 13, 2023 to “liberate the last colony in Africa” – a colony that Raja supporters were quick to put back in place geographically.

He again appeared as a good henchman of the senile regime in Algiers last week during the 17th Conference of the Union of Parliaments of Member States of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (UPCI), when he appeared with Colombian Senator Gloria Florez, who improperly used her position as President of the Andean Parliament to send messages hostile to the territorial integrity of Morocco, when she had never been mandated to do so by the Andean Parliament, whose Morocco is an observer member.

But all this hatred is in line with anti-Moroccan positions, which since the beginning of the 2000s the ANC has never ceased to rehash and which Algeria feeds by using a nation entirely devoted to its lost cause.

South Africa should instead be concerned about its exasperated citizens taking to the streets to express their anger over water shortages and power cuts. It’s not just limited to Johannesburg and Pretoria. South Africans constantly condemn powerless politicians and denounce the rampant corruption against a backdrop of poverty and glaring inequality.



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