Thursday, March 18, 2010
No Confidence vote in Zuma
The ANC didn't dare launch one against Mbeki- basically a move to impeachment. The BBC says it is the first time this sort of vote happened since the end of Apartheid. COPE had no chance of success, they surely know, and activist ("we like to air porn") ETV's (once accidentally reported that Obama died?-BBC says of them) news were surely sucking thumb when they said the vote may have backfired. It made a message to the world- who really matter!
COPE cited Zuma's multiple promiscuous adulteries- his sexual risk-taking. Sisulu, the defence minister, who army members allegedly planned to kidnap once, who owes Zuma everything, and Zuma pet Radebe shouted, as ANC members danced- effectively telling the world that they support Zuma's sexual folly. A wise ANC would have quietly voted down the motion by basically Ex-ANC COPE! The NEC, says leftist M&G, the high council of the ANC (National Executive Committee), allegedly fear Zuma's affect on voters, an ANC behind Zuma could worsen it. Instead, the ANC, blind to basic politics: over-reacted, and made the country look foolish and backward.
Following EuroNews showing images of violent protests, some of many flaring everywhere, BBC now reports on a No Confidence vote. Zuma is looking foolish!
Who is Marc Evan Aupiais?Attorney; Writer; Enthusiast of Germanic, Celtic, & Romance languages, with a love of exploring law, speech, legal systems, linguistics, sociology, & int. news.
I have always been fascinated with the law. By chance, it happens to be my field. I am an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa, as of 28 January 2016.
It was my fellow students' suggestions, in the final years of school, that I might be suited to a career in law, along with long discussions with a friend of mine - which imbued me with a keen interest in the history, language, and laws of the Roman Empire - that made me realise that law was the choice of career that best suited the ideas and plans I had for the future. I enrolled in an LLB degree at Wits University and subsequently graduated Bachelor of Laws a few years later.
I completed, with distinction, the Law Society's Legal Education and Development (L.E.A.D) School for Legal Practice program. I am pleased to have had the privilege of having served at two very different firms during my articles, giving me a much broader experience of work in the profession.
I believe success requires not just hard work, but intelligence, perseverance, humility, integrity, ingenuity, diligence, a strong work ethic, and the courage to request the assistance of those better-versed in a matter, or field.
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The cultures and legal systems, morals, and courtesy systems, languages, intricacies and religions of South Africa and of the world, are subjects I love to research. I extensively enjoy reading and writing, and in keeping abreast with important events occurring in other countries, I find my knowledge of other languages, especially French, to be quite useful.
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Law firms I have worked at include: DL Wilson Attorneys in Randburg North, Desmond Barry Attorneys in Morningside, Sandton, Botha & Sutherland Attorneys in Aukland Park, Johannesburg. I currently work as a Consulting Attorney for Serina Govender Inc. Attorneys-at-Law. My professional website will tell you more about me, where you might want to subscribe to my professional blog . I also edit and write for the SACNS, write breaking news for a multinational service called InfosNews Breaking News, and act as a correspondent for the popular french language Les News service.
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A Lesser Instinct | My first foray into the world of long form fiction.
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