Onregverdige verkiesing met soveel korrupsie, stemlokale wat nie geskik was nie, stembriewe wat nie in geseëlde houers was nie en nog ander wat sommer met ‘n lêer vol oop stembriewe sit en kruisies trek vir sy eie party. En dan is daar nog een van die groot partye wat met sy eie oë gesien het hoe arriveer immigrante in busse by stemlokale. Wat het van die klagtes geword. Het die kleiner partye dan geen stem nie, ons is burgers in hierdie land, betaal jaarliks belastings, nie vir immigrante en korrupsie nie. Massive corruption took place in this 2019 elections – all complaints were reported but what happened with that? We as citizens have all a constitutional right – this is far from the socalled democracy.
Een persoon van die DA het sy kop in hierdie OVK se bynes van korrupsie ingedruk – skommel maar daardie bye, dat dit verwoed rondvlieg – hoekom moet ons stilbly oor korrupsie in die stemlokale in Suid-Afrika?
Dis ook ons reg – en ‘n gruwelike skending van menseregte, waar ander korruptes hul magte gebruik het om ons gemagtiges te “oordonder” met hul links liberale politieke “reënboognasie”.
Met al die korrupsie wonder mens dan regtig, hoeveel die ANC – DA – IVP – EFF – VF+ regtig sou behaal het as die stem 100% demokraties gedoen was…. nee hulle sou nie geskitter het met ‘n weghol oorwinnings oor die baie kleiner partye nie – dis diefstal om stemme onwettig te werf en ONGRONDWETLIK.
11 May 2019, 07:10 GMT+10
DA man in hot water for representing small parties against IEC Adriaan Basson SHARE THIS 2019-05-10 21:19 (Gallo Images)
Hans-Jurie Moolman, a DA councillor from Tlokwe in Potchefstroom, is the instructing attorney for 35 small political parties that are threatening the IEC to force a rerun of the election.
The DA is not part of the legal action and the party has told News24 that Moolman is conflicted by acting for the small parties.
Moolman is a Potchefstroom-based attorney and part-time councillor for the opposition.
His firm, Moolman and Pienaar Incorporated, wrote to the IEC earlier on Friday, demanding that an independent firm audit cases of double voting and other alleged election irregularities.
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“This is an issue for the DA. He has maintained that he is just advising, not acting, for them, but we think this is just a matter of semantics. This is a very real problem.
“It is not in the DA’s interest for the election to be delayed or for any of the demands of the tiny parties to be acceded to. We believe the party’s strategic interests are compromised by his interest in the case,” Selfe said.
The IEC announced on Friday night that the country’s Statistician-General has identified 1 020 voting stations that will form part of a sample to investigate alleged double-voting.
This follows among other issues, reports that some people voted twice.
“The reason we are dissatisfied with the process is because we have lodged complaints to the IEC based on reports we received from our party agents about irregularities, their response has been unsatisfactory,” says Phakamile Hlubi-Majola, from the Socialist Revolutionary Workers Party.
“We’re expected to endorse this process when later on it can be found that this was a flawed process… This is not the first time the IEC has had this problem. The IEC was found guilty and the Constitution Court ordered a remedy. It has been proven in the past to have been flawed.. Once again we have seen massive flaws in this process which is why we reject this process and we say it is not free and it’s not fair,” she says.
Twenty people have been arrested for double voting in KwaZulu-Natal.
The IEC has vowed to investigate these allegations.
WHAT HAPPENED WITH ALL THE IRREGULARITIES