Opposition parties weigh in on why Parliament should be dissolved

The Democratic Alliance (DA), Freedom Front Plus (FFP) and the United Democratic Movement all say they want fresh elections to be held before a new president of the country is elected.

Mmusi Maimane, DA leader, says South Africans deserve a fresh start.

There are Members of Parliament who violated their oath of office, the problem is not just Jacob Zuma but the whole ANC that is why need a fresh beginning.

Mmusi Maimane, DA leader

Corne Mulder, FFP Western Cape leader said his party agree with the other opposition.

We agree with other opposition parties, we need to get rid of President Zuma.

Corne Mulder, FFP Western Cape leader

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