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FF+ launches election manifesto

2014-03-09 21:00
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Johannesburg - The Freedom Front Plus launched its election manifesto in Pretoria on Sunday, it said in a statement.

Party leader Pieter Mulder said the party called for co-operation and wanted a solution for the oppression of Afrikaners and other minority groups, including the San and Khoi.

"There is a place for everyone in this country. The FF Plus' re-worded mission does not want to motivate the Afrikaner's alone, but also other minority groups. Together, we have one goal and that is to defeat the ANC," Mulder said.

He said there was currently no say for minorities in the country.

The FF Plus committed itself to cooperating with other communities.

"We ask for a better dispensation for the Afrikaner, but will also fight for other minorities to obtain this," he said.

- SAPA
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