JOHANNESBURG – GOOD party leader Patricia De Lille has called for the IEC to relook at their regulations.
That’s after de Lille raised concerns about voter fraud.
She says she provided evidence of over 100 voters registered to one house but claims the IEC did nothing about it.
“We provided evidence to the IEC that in an RDP house, more than 118 people were registered on the same address and we could provide other evidence too with affidavits,” she said.
“The IEC said to us there is a certain objection period of the voters roll where you must raise your objection but we got the evidence after that period was closed and so the elections went ahead.”