ActionSA files charge against MK Party

ActionSA has opened a case at the Kabokweni Police Station against the MK Party for violating the electoral laws.

ActionSA claims that the MK Party vandalized their posters and placed over theirs.

“We are deeply concerned by the recent incidents of vandalization of our poster by the MK Party. These deliberate acts of lawlessness not only violate the Electoral Act but also undermine the principles of democracy and fair campaigning,” reads a statement from the political party.

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The Electoral Act contains an Electoral Code of Conduct that is purposed at promoting conditions conducive to free and fair elections. Destroying, removing, or defacing posters of other parties is a criminal offence that can result in fines or imprisonment for up to 10 years.

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ActionSA has called on all parties and stakeholders to respect the rule of law and ensure that the upcoming elections on May 29, 2024, are free, fair, and transparent. ActionSA remains committed to upholding the principles of democracy and fair campaigning.

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