GOOD party leader Patricia de Lille says she is waiting for the Electoral Court’s judgment on the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) corruption allegations against her.

This after the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) ordered the DA to desist from saying that De Lille was fired as Cape Town Mayor.

It has ordered the DA to publicly apologise to De Lille within three days from Tuesday.

The IEC ruled in her favour after she laid charges against the DA for allegedly telling voters that she was fired when she in fact resigned from the DA.

De Lille has welcomed the latest development.

“The IEC has ordered the DA to apologise to me for lying. I spent much of the past two years having to defend my reputation from DA smears, winning each time I’ve taken the party to court. The DA must apologise and learn to speak the truth now,” says De Lille.