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Malema: No coalition for us

2014-05-04 16:55

Pretoria - The Economic Freedom Fighters will not enter into coalition with any party after the election, leader Julius Malema said on Sunday.

"If we lose, we are not going into coalition. We stand alone," Malema told thousands of party supporters at the Lucas "Masterpieces" Moripe stadium in Atteridgeville, Pretoria.

"Its either we win 50% or we are not involved."

Malema said his party was not ready to work with any organisation and risk their mission being diluted.

He said the reason for this stance was because the leaders in the organisation were not after positions.

"Ours is not about positions but fighting the exploitation of our people. Even if we get one seat, we have won because we did not have one before," he said.

Malema said the EFF was the future and they could not be wished away. He said the party would be in existence for the next 100 years.

"They can't wish us away, the EFF is the future. Any future without EFF is suffering. The EFF is the solution to the problems you're facing."

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