Julius Malema says that up to 90% of EFF MPs could be replaced

Julius Malema says that up to 90% of EFF MPs could be replaced

- Julius Malema has said that up to 90% of EFF MPs could be repalced

- He also said that the party would be reviewing its structures in various provinces

- Malema stressed that the EFF would push for Section 25 of the Constitution to be amended in order to allow for land expropriation without compensation

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Julius Malema says that the EFF will get rid of party leaders in provinces that have underperformed.

He also said that councillors who were not pulling their weight would be cut loose.

Malema made the comments on Thursday.

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The EFF leader added that certain party structures would be dismantled and begun again from scratch. One of these is the party's structure in Limpopo, according to Eyewitness News. 

He said this was because the party was disappointed by its performance in Limpopo, adding that "there is a problem there".

Similarly, Malema slammed some of the party's Free State leadership. He said that they were lazy and had not been innovative enough with their campaign strategy in the province. 

Malema also spoke about his goals for his party's MPs. The EFF has signicantly increased its share of Parliamentary seats, with 44 in the National Assembly and 9 in the National Council of Provinces.

However, he stressed that up to 90% of the EFF MPs from the previous Parliament would be replaced.

He said that during this Parliament, the EFF would push harder for its manifesto to be implemented, Briefly.co.za has gathered.

Among these is his commitment to amend Section 25 of the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation.

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Malema added that Cyril Ramaphosa would be in trouble if he attempted to frustrate the EFF's attempts to push through the amendment.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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