The DA and other like-minded opposition parties came together last year to form the Multi-Party Charter for South Africa; a viable pathway to a new national government to rescue South Africa in 2024.
The Charter’s convention saw the signing of a pre-election agreement between seven opposition parties at first, but that number is growing.
As the concept of the Multi-Party Charter gains momentum, more and more parties and civil-society organisations and getting on board. Since its official inception in August 2023 at the Johannesburg Convention Centre, which also, symbolically, hosted the CODESA negotiations, the Charter has sparked interest across SA’s diverse racial, cultural and political spectrum – uniting leaders behind a common goal. A mission to rescue SA.
DA Leader John Steenhuisen first initiated the concept of a multi-party opposition pact at the DA’s Federal Congress in April. Steenhuisen brought forward the idea of a “Moonshot Pact’, and called on like-minded organisations to put personal party agendas aside, and unite for the best interests of the country and our collective future.
Anchored by a strong and experienced DA, the Multi-Party Charter presents a viable pathway to a new national government in 2024.
The combined powers of all the Charter members will bring in enough votes and parliamentary seats to finally unseat the ANC – and keep the EFF out. An era of effective and honest governance is in reach, your vote has never mattered more. Get help registering online now!
Ten member parties (and counting) form the Multi-Party Charter for SA
The Multi-Party Charter for SA pre-election agreement has been signed by the leaders of the Democratic Alliance, the Inkatha Freedom Party, Freedom Front Plus, ActionSA, the African Christian Democratic Party, the United Independent Movement, the Spectrum National Party, the Independent South African National Civic Organisation, the Ekhethu People’s Party and the United Christian Democratic Party.
The Multi-Party Charter invites like-minded parties and civil society organisations to join the mission to rescue SA and be part of history.