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More Bad News for Action SA After This Was Revealed To The Public.

Johannesburg - ActionSA has lost its fight to drive the Electoral Commission (IEC) to remember its complete name for the polling form paper in front of the November 1 nearby government decisions. 

On Thursday, the party applied to the Electoral Court sitting in Joburg to drive the IEC to remember its complete name for the polling form paper, contending that the electing body's enrollment papers didn't demonstrate that gatherings should incorporate their shortened names while challenging for decisions. 

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ActionSA stopped the application after its complete name was excluded in the draft polling form paper delivered by the IEC on October 2. On the side of its choice, the IEC contended that ActionSA neglected to give it the truncation of its party's name – a view which maddened the top administration of ActionSA. 

The Electoral Court, notwithstanding, managed against ActionSA and requested them to challenge the impending neighborhood government races, utilizing a similar questioned polling form paper. The Court is additionally expected to give their full reasons at a later stage. 

Responding to the decision, ActionSA pioneer Herman Mashaba said his party had gotten "the baffling news'' that the Electoral Court had against it. 

"While we are baffled by the result, ActionSA is committed to law and order and we regard the result of the court and the experience of the legal advisers who directed our matter. 

"While our spotlight has been unflinchingly on the mission, our consideration currently goes to the remarkable measures we will execute to guarantee that electors can find ActionSA on the polling form papers," Mashaba said. 

He said they communicated their most unfathomable appreciation to the endless number of South Africans who have energized behind them in their fight with the IEC.

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