ANC Lost Support Due to e-Tolls: OUTA

The decline in support for the ANC in Gauteng is due to e-tolls being forced on an unwilling public, despite the ruling party's claims to the contrary, argues OUTA

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) says the decline in support for the African National Congress (ANC) in Gauteng is due to e-tolls being forced on an unwilling public, despite the ruling party's claims to the contrary.
 
OUTA spokesperson, John Clarke, points out that, “As much as the ANC executive tries to downplay the decline, it is massive and is largely attributed to the decision to force e-tolls on an unwilling and angry public who won't pay for something they were not adequately consulted on or that they didn't ask for.”
 
Clarke says that when the new Gauteng provincial legislature convenes, the ANC will have seven less MPLs than before, with their 40 MPLs facing a combined total of 33 opposition members from both the left and the right, all of whom were opposed to e-tolls.
 
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