Cyril Ramaphosa elected new South African leader

JOHANNESBURG: Cyril Ramaphosa has been elected as South Africa's new president through ruling birthday celebration legislators after the resignation of Jacob Zuma.
Ramaphosa was the only candidate nominated for election within the parliament on Thursday after opposition parties said they would not participate. The opposition as an alternative unsuccessfully called for the dissolution of the National Assembly and early elections.

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng presided over the parliamentary election and congratulated Ramaphosa, who had been Zuma's deputy and has called for a fight against corruption.

Zuma resigned after years of scandals that damaged the stature of the ruling African National Congress birthday celebration.

Members of a South African opposition birthday celebration previous walked out of parliament, pronouncing a ruling ANC birthday celebration plan to elect a brand new president is "illegitimate."

Julius Malema, chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters birthday celebration, said Thursday that lawmakers from the African National Congress had failed to carry former chief Jacob Zuma to account for alleged corruption and had due to this fact violated the constitution.
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