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Here's how much each party got from the IEC after elections Political parties were given cash by the IEC after this year's elections, as according to the Relative Portrayal Party Financing Act. The IEC's report at the gatherings addressed by Congress showed that it were given the more part of the financing since the ANC is the greater part. The selection party got a price of R89.8 million. This is over the last project of 86 million tirades.

DA, the second largest political party in the parliament, gotten a distribution of 34 million tirades from the Commission. This was trailed by EFF, which got R19.90 million. Opportunity Front In addition to got R6.5 million after the political selection property won more seats in the Office of Trade. IFP won R5.8 million and ACDP won R2.3 million. ATM has won R1.5 million.

The IEC requires every party in Parliament to submit quarterly evaluated budget reviews to suit the bill for subsidizing. Political Party financing has been set up considering that the start of popular government. Nonetheless, as of late, the Ideological organization Financing Act was presented, using political parties to expose funders. Since the implementation of the Party Financing Act, the IEC has given quarterly reports in which multiple parties revealed benefactors.

In the primary quarter, simply ANC, ActionSA, and DA found out the giver's sum and name. In the following quarter, simply six political parties declared patrons. A few gatherings have noted the IEC to assure that all gatherings agree with party subsidizing legal guidelines and screen givers.


As you can see how much parties got to deliver promised services to their municipality, some might try or do corrupt activities such as the ANC has done with the R15 million stadium. Residents should complain to the IEC if these parties are not delivering their promises. Please share your thoughts below and follow me for more insightful news

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