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De Lille faces internal pressure to resign

Updated: 12:00 11-01-2018

Pressure is mounting within Democratic Alliance (DA) structures for Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille to step down from her job.

The DA’s metro regional executive in the Western Cape has taken a unanimous decision to recommend that she be removed.

De Lille appears unmoved by the latest call for her removal, saying that she will use all the means at her disposal to defend her position.

The DA’s metro regional executive says it does not approve of Mayor Patricia De Lille going against a legal report adopted by council last week, in which she’s implicated in a corruption cover-up.

Metro executive chairperson Grant Twigg says a recommendation has now been forwarded to the provincial leadership and the DA’s federal executive that she be removed.

"We’ve actually lost confidence in the mayor and we’ve asked the leadership to act on that."

But De Lille appears unfazed.

"They are entitled to take any decisions that will have to be processed through the channels within the Democratic Alliance. They can only make recommendations to the Federal Executive."

De Lille says she will be exerting all her rights to defend her job.

Source: EWN Published: 10:17 10-01-2018

Posted by on January 10, 2018.

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Updated: 12:51 17-Jan-2018

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