Sorry Not Sorry - Democratic Alliance, De Lille Square Off Again
Good Party leader Patricia de Lille has approached the Western Cape High Court to force the Democratic Alliance (DA) to apologise for an election campaign message that said de Lille was fired from her former party. The Electoral Commission of South Africa ordered the DA to "cease and desist" from saying de Lille was fired, and also ordered the party to publicly apologise to her within three days, which the DA failed to do.
Left: Good Party leader Patricia de Lille. Right: Democratic Alliance logo.
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