Why can’t they vote from the parliament the party that will rule nationally, and the remaining parties will be shared provincially, and the party that did not make it provincially will then take a ruling within the municipalities. And that will be a fair voting rule. And for the next term the party that took ruling nationally will be removed if they did not successfully meet their service delivery, and despite the service delivery all the political parties need an opportunity to participate national, these will work peacefully like South African Football Association (SAFA) when they have to choose the country that will run world cup. That will lead to swap all the political parties to different provinces from their previous one.
Most of these political parties are against each other, for whatever development that is taking place none of the opposite party gives credit to. As proven to our society that the fraction of the development they implement is towards voting period, to prove their availability in community development. Rather than that nothing implemented. Hence these serves to be a politically proven system that, the only time they remember us, is that time of voting.
If 40% of people are employed without any political advantage, why voting? Most of the companies that create job opportunities are private companies, and this means that the government is a family of its own, so as the private companies yet the private companies are eligible to employ openly and without any nepotism.
How cruel is it that you should be a member of any political party to get a position or an opportunity for tender or a specific major position within the municipality. Why there are more than 10 political structures in South Africa? Because they want a financial ruling, and for what good reason we don’t know because the parliament consists of all political structure as one, yet they don’t decide to allow another political party to take a national ruling, since the likes of ANC failed to contribute to the development of the communities and the economy of south Africa.
The only time this will put an end to South Africa’s political war, is when they can agree to allow national voting to take place from the parliament, the provincial voting’s will still be decided within the parliament e.g. that DA, must take a ruling in Limpopo. The only time the community can vote is when they have to vote for the party that they think will have a productive ruling within the municipality not per ward. If one party takes a ruling within Thembisile Hani Local Municipality then, it means that that party will rule all the wards.
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