Poor people need a voice in parliament

There is a dire need for the under-classes and the poor to have a voice in Parliament in the form of a party that articulates their interests and stands for a socio-economic and political system in which their wellbeing shall be paramount.

There is a dire need for the under-classes and the poor to have a voice in Parliament in the form of a party that articulates their interests and stands for a socio-economic and political system in which their wellbeing shall be paramount.

Unfortunately, in South Africa such parties do not have the financial muscle, organisational and numeric strength to garner significant numbers in Parliament.

It is the fervent cry of the masses for Socialist Party of Azania, Azapo and the Pan Africanist Movement to establish a pact for the 2009 elections. This will ensure that the vote is not split.

Mphutlane wa Bofelo, Durban

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