ActionSA has found a way ways to take a real action against the Appointive Commission of South Africa (IEC) after the party's name was disregarded from the surveying structure list before the looming neighborhood government races.
In a declaration followed through on Sunday, ActionSA revealed that it has stayed in contact with the IEC to give answers on the prohibition.
The party has given it until 10am on Monday to decide the matter or it will "direct its legal gathering to pursue any legal fix open to our party including our authority courts".
The matter comes after the IEC presented last draft casting a ballot structure papers for wards in Gauteng during a nearby down gathering on Saturday, with the country set to go to the studies on 1 November.
"In the IEC's drafted casting a ballot structure paper, simply our logo features – the party's name doesn't appear and an unfilled space has been left in its place.
"The consequences of this is that ActionSA partners will be limited unmistakably to a contender name and a logo to recognize the party on the surveying structure, while various social affairs will enjoy the benefit of their name or advanced condensing appearing.
"Regardless instantly raising this as an analysis with the IEC, both during and after the democratic structure close down held yesterday, ActionSA has been instructed that the issue will not be kept an eye on," ActionSA pioneer Herman Mashaba said.
Mashaba said it was "redundant to hold a gathering to support casting a ballot structure papers and subsequently decay to address the material protests rising up out of that connection".
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