UDM Leader Bantu Holomisa says there is a need for a review of the electoral system in the country to avoid the incidents that marred the 2019 General Elections.
Holomisa says they take issue with how the Electoral Commission has handled the elections.
He says there were far too many big mistakes on the commission’s side.
There were allegations of double voting as the indelible ink used to mark the voter’s thumbs was not so indelible.
In some instances voting stations opened later than the scheduled times.
Holomisa says: “The challenge facing the UDM is to make sure that we pull up our socks and build the UDM for the next government elections. We know that the conditions under which we operated in this time around had many challenges including the credibility of the IEC in dealing with some of the matters.”
Congratulating South Africans for coming out in their millions to vote. Thank you to those who voted for the UDM, we will continue to fight the good fight. https://t.co/CrUGZTpbCW
— Bantu Holomisa (@BantuHolomisa) May 11, 2019