Good Party has a plan to fix South Africa - de Lille
Founder of the Good Party, Patricia de Lille, shared some of the milestones her party has achieved since its inception and explains why the party deserves SA's vote.
She just got back from her campaign tour in nine provinces across the country and she says South Africans are confused and don't know who to vote for.
These days one out of every second person will tell you that I don't want to vote, they feel disillusioned.Patricia de Lille, Founder - Good Party
They are saying we've been voting but nothing has changed.Patricia de Lille, Founder - Good Party
De Lille believes she has a plan to fix South Africa. She says politicians must stop discussing people's problems repeatedly without offering solutions.
Politicians must stop lying to people that they are going to create jobs. It is not the role of politicians to create jobs. Where are they going to find the money?Patricia de Lille, Founder - Good Party
The role of the politicians is to create the conditions conducive for the private sector to create jobs.Patricia de Lille, Founder - Good Party
You must ensure that there is electricity security, water security, proper roads and deal with the red tape.Patricia de Lille, Founder - Good Party
The first thing I will do is to look at the budget for infrastructure development in provinces and make sure we deal with the infrastructure that's needed.Patricia de Lille, Founder - Good Party
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