Leader of the Democratic Alliance Mmusi Maimane does not see the need for a total re-election in South Africa. This sentiment is echoed by the EFF, who says they have faith in the IEC despite allegations of 'double voting'.
Mmusi Maimane does not agree with smaller political parties who are calling for a re-elections.
The Democratic Alliance leader is satisfied with the audit announced by the IEC yesterday.
Godrich Gardee, EFF secretary-general, has also confirmed that the party does not support claims that the election was not free and fair, reports Eyewitness News.
Speaking as the results are streaming in, Gardee said the party has faith in the IEC:
"We have never lost confidence in the IEC. We can’t cast aspersions on a very important institution."
Briefly.co.za reported yesterday that a group of smaller political parties had denounced the results of the elections, demanding a re-do.
Parties such as the African Transformation Movement, BLF and the National Freedom Party claimed that the media had only covered the three main parties and demanded a grant for smaller parties who found it difficult to campaign.
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