Multi-Party Charter for South Africa Welcomes Announcement by ACDP and Promises More

Oct 7, 2023 | Press Releases

The Multi-Party Charter For South Africa welcomes the announcement yesterday by ACDP of its intention to join the Charter, increasing the signatories of the pre-election agreement to 8.

This announcement is well received and takes place within a context of conversations with other political parties and civil society aimed at generating the broadest political alternative to the ANC in the forthcoming 2024 elections.

The ACDP is a party with an established track record and constituency which they now bring to the project of building a viable alternative that can displace the ANC next year and form a coalition government that starts the work of fixing South Africa.

The Multi-Party Charter For South Africa expresses its appreciation to ACDP President Kenneth Meshoe for the decision taken by the ACDP and calls upon other political parties to align themselves with the growing multi-party alternative in South Africa.

Media Enquiries:
DA:                 Charity McCord, Media Officer to the DA Federal Leader 078 126 2765
IFP:                 Megan Dick, Office of the IFP President 082 432 1335
FF Plus:           Pieter Swart, Media Officer for the FF Plus 065 801 7216
ActionSA:         Sam Mgobozi, Communications Director for ActionSA 082 968 4021
UIM:               Virginia Young, Media Liaison for UIM 064 283 6781
SNP:               Winston Coetzee, Chief Whip of the SNP 082 228 3523
ISANCO:         Nceba Matomane, Media Officer for ISANCO 061 472 6507

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