The Democratic Alliance (DA) has approached Police Minister, Bheki Cele, and IEC Chairperson, Glen Mashinini, to stop a joint audit of what the ideological group has asserted "seems, by all accounts, to be obtrusive illicit crusading by the EFF".
DA boss whip Natasha Mazzone raised the charge after the EFF crusaded as typical on Sunday paying little heed to the lockdown guidelines.
"Today is obvious from the EFF's lobby occasion that the party has no respect for law and order and has indeed demonstrated that they are not above utilizing the own allies as grub during this pandemic. As per the current changed level 2 lockdown guidelines, as far as possible for open air get-togethers is 500 people. It is clear from the photos and recordings coming from the EFF's occasion today that participation is more than 500 individuals," Mazzone said.
"The EFF's proclamation dispatch is along these lines an illicit social occasion and their presentation today is commensurate to unlawful crusading. The IEC should make the right decision and consider the EFCF responsible for their activities. This unlawful occasion during the mission time frame subverts the freeness and decency of the decisions. Furthermore, the EFF's activities have set them up for conceivable deregistration as an ideological group," she said.
She said that all South Africans had been compelled to live by what she depicted as the ANC's "silly lockdown rules" and that there "can't be one bunch of rules for normal residents and one more for the EFF".
"Clergyman Cele joyfully opened water guns on beneficiaries and weak South Africans holding up in a SASSA line, however has neglected to carry that equivalent energy when managing his mate, Julius Malema. Where are the water cannons today? Or then again is Cele too somewhere down in Malema's pocket to make a move against the EFF's glaring negligence of the law," Mazzone said.
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