Mbeki condemns statement made by De Klerk about apartheid via SABCNewsOnline
Former President Thabo Mbeki has joined South Africans in condemning utterances made by former deputy president F.W. de Klerk when he said he did not fully agree that apartheid was a crime against humanity.when he said he did not fully agree that apartheid was a crime against humanity. Mbeki says the statement by de Klerk is absurd: “I had a brief discussion with De Klerk because we were sitting more or less next to each other in parliament, and what transpired is that he actually didn’t know that there is a convention declaring apartheid a crime against humanity. He said to me that he had been asked a question and he had said apartheid was reprehensible, he apologised for the bad things that had happened. But he was making a very narrow comment. He didn’t know that there is a legal document in the international law that says apartheid is a crime against humanity. So I said to him let’s not take the matter further because I want to send him the convention so that he knows that there is an international convention which says apartheid is a crime against humanity.” Mbeki was speaking on the sidelines of the ANC KZN PEC political school in Durban on Sunday. Former President Thabo Mbeki is attending the two-day ANC KZN PEC political school in Durban and will address the provincial leadership about the renewal of the party. Read more: SABC News Online
But why can't De Klerk be diplomatic and apologize. Simple. Some leadership in action. Better late than never 🤙 Shoe...in for a penny, in for a pound, right De Klerk Foundation? Full speed ahead...into an iceberg. Only now...After the EFF took a stand against De Klerk whilst the ANC defended him. Honestly De Clerk saying what he said in that interview he has been reckless. U can't say such after so much pain has been caused by his people
He never condemned De Klerk has lost relevance in relation to modern day politics,he should just shave his head and find a hole to crawl into for good.
Mbeki: 'I'll send De Klerk the UN convention on apartheid'Former president Thabo Mbeki has undertaken to send apartheid's last president, FW de Klerk, the UN convention declaring apartheid a crime against humanity. And? It fixes all the problems created by Apartheid and the ANC? And an aids denialist at least knows UN convention on apartheid. What a joke. This racist has Google
Mbeki: 'I'll send De Klerk the UN convention on apartheid'Former president Thabo Mbeki has undertaken to send apartheid's last president, FW de Klerk, the UN convention declaring apartheid a crime against humanity. Can we send him to ICC for AIDS denialism too? EFFSouthAfrica an unrelated DISCUSSION between FWDEKLERK and TMALIunisa AND NOW Yawn....
WATCH: De Klerk claims he didn't know apartheid was a crime against humanity - Mbeki | IOL NewsWATCH: De Klerk claims he didn't know apartheid was a crime against humanity - Mbeki Former President Thabo Mbeki says the last Apartheid leader FW De Klerk, was not aware that the system was declared a crime by the UN. cc SANewsBot Botik61945648 SANewsBot We have a sitting president who invites a murderer who refuses to take responsibillity for his evil acts, besides the outcry. our buffalo remains resolute and silent
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