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Old 09-08-2018, 11:04 AM   #11
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Default Re: South African Democratic Alliance not taking RESPONSIBILITY

This was sent to the UN and is also being posted here.




Dear Mister Du Jarric (UN)



What is the use of the following local SA institutions, like the SAHRC (Human Rights Commission), Public Protector, Press Ombudsman, ICASA and BCCSA, both the last two are suppose to investigate radio and TV channels.



The moment when you ask these local SA institutions to investigate a complaint against the official opposition, the Democratic Alliance (DA) and their partners Afriforum and Solidariteit, they ALL have the SAME excuse and that is “NOT IN THEIR JURISDICTION!”



When the DA, etc. from their side ask these local SA institutions, to investigate others, outside the DA etc. they never have any problem with their JURISDICTION and it even reach the front pages and head lines as it lead to so much sensation everytime!



According to the above, it seems as if everything in SA, needs to take a political rout, so if ordinary (common) South Africans, who ONLY have the RIGHT to go and vote every 5 years, have a complaint about the DA, etc, then they need to go to a political party so that the political party can run to the above local SA institutions, because it will lead to more political sensation!



When will ordinary (common) South Africans, one day, get the DEMOCRATIC RIGHT to do their OWN thing standing on their OWN feet, without running to political parties when they have a complaint about the DA, as local SA institutions, ONLY have the JURISDICTION to work fir political parties (DA) and unions (Afriforum / Solidariteit)?



There is NOTHING in the name of SA human Rights Commission, BECAUSE this local SA institute ONLY works for political parties (DA) and unions (Afriforum / Solidariteit) so the SA Political rights Commission will be a much better name – the SAME with the Public Protector, whose JURISDICTION is NOT to protect the public, who are ordinary (common) South Africans BUT once more they work for Political parties (DA) and unions (Afriforum / Solidariteit).



We would like you to look into this matter for the sake of ALL South Africans as we do NOT have much time to waste – we (ALL South Africans) need answers, as we near an election in 2019! (next year!)!!!

Thank you!
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Old 09-08-2018, 01:42 PM   #12
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Default Re: South African Democratic Alliance not taking RESPONSIBILITY

Seems to me you might want to form a new political party!

It's gotta start somewhere.
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