The leadership of the Economic Freedom Fighters EFF is already demonstrating its earlier threat on the floor of Parliament.
Malema was followed by his deputy Floyd Shivambu, secretary-general Marshall Dlamini and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.
Modise dismissed the EFF’s motion.
The EFF disrupted the proceedings at the opening of parliament on Thursday by objecting to the presence of apartheid’s last president, FW de Klerk.
Julius Malema stood up before National Assembly speaker Thandi Modise called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to deliver the state of the nation address and said it was a mistake for parliament to invite a “murderer” like De Klerk.
Malema demanded that De Klerk leave the House before Ramaphosa delivered his speech.
“It is an insult for those who died and [were] tortured in Boipatong … We please request De Klerk to please leave this house.”