- Patricia de Lille's departure from the Democratic Alliance have made some of its members uncomfortable
- There are members that believe de Lille will now try to bring back her old party, the Independent Democrats
- However, there are also rumours of a brand new party being formed
Members of the DA are worried about what former mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille's plans. They fear she's working on bringing back the party she formed more than 10 years ago.
De Lille formed the Independent Democrats back in 2003.
According to a report by News23, it could be an attempt by de Lille to 'steal' votes from the DA in the Western Cape during 2019's elections.
The Independent Democrats is still a registered political party.
Bonginkosi Madikizela of the DA told the media that they are aware of plans to revive the party.
In 2014, the ID and DA worked together to take on the ANC.
Briefly learned that one of the councilors that resigned from the DA in support of de Lille, Greg Bernardo, indirectly hinted that an new party could be formed.
We are holding numerous consultations with communities in terms of what they want us to do. Those DA leaders are a bunch of liars and are deceiving people. They are afraid of a new movement.
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