Malema has told President Macron to stay out of Africa’s business. He spoke about the chaos witnessed at the Pan African Parliament (PAP) last week. The meeting drew criticism, after physical altercations and persistent disruptions stalled proceedings in Midrand. The 40-year-old has defended those scenes, however, arguing that robust debate is needed when tackling serious issues. However, he wasn’t so forgiving when it came to assessing WHY things got so violent. He blamed a cohort of countries, allegedly under the influence of France, for trying to block the rotation of leaders in the house. Julius Malema states that the French are interfering with the process, in order to ensure they keep their choice of candidates in power.