MK Party calls for a commission of inquiry into ‘election rigging’ – SABC News

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The uMkhonto Wesizwe (MK) Party says it wants a commission inquiry established that will allege discrepancies that transpired in the capturing of election results for this year’s general elections.

The party alleges that elections have been rigged.

MK Party spokesperson Nhlamulo Ndhlela was speaking to media at the National Results Centre in Midrand on Saturday evening

“We want to get to the bottom of exactly what transpired and we are going to push for that. It stops with the MK. It stops with President Zuma,” he says in an impromptu press briefing that was attended by some members of the party’s leadership, including former President Jacob Zuma.

Zuma made a surprise visit to the National Results Operation Centre, bringing the house to a standstill.

Zuma interacted with various parties including the Patriotic Alliance’s (PA) president Gayton McKenzie and his deputy Kenny Kunene.

He also moved over to the MK’s stations where the MK’s performance and results were further explained.

Meanwhile, the party confirmed it has since submitted evidence of discrepancies that took place at some voting stations to the IEC.

It declined to divulge the type of evidence submitted.

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