The leader of the official opposition in the Western Cape legislature ANC MPL, Cameron Dugmore said he is determined to unmask the DA for double standards in not practicing what it preaches on so-called cadre deployment.
Dugmore has written to provincial DA leader Albert Fritz demanding minutes of party meetings where instructions were sent to municipalities governed by the party on whom to employ and whom not to.
The move comes after the DA recently successfully pushed for the publication of ANC deployment committee meeting minutes, laying bare the party's involvement in the placement of its comrades in key positions in government and state entities.
Dugmore believes it's time the DA was also exposed for practicing cadre deployment in places where it governs.
To prove his point, he released a letter from the DA to the George municipality in 2018 discussing the vacancy of director of corporate services. Dugmore has given Fritz two weeks to provide minutes of all DA meetings where positions in government were discussed and the names proposed to occupy them.
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