We will raise your questions in Parliament - EFF

2014-07-21 17:59
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Johannesburg - The EFF on Monday called on citizens who want to ask questions of Parliament to submit these to the party.

"Any South African who wishes to pose a question in Parliament is advised to send the question to the EFF, and we will raise the question on that person's behalf," the party's Chief Whip Floyd Shivambu said in a statement.

"The questions can be written in any of the official languages and [people] can ask any question relating to service delivery, corruption, maladministration and general negligence of the current government and their entities."

People could e-mail questions or post them on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook, he said.

The EFF, led by Julius Malema, is the third biggest party in Parliament. In the May 2014 elections, the party won 25 seats in the National Assembly.

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