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EFF shuts the door on any possible coalition agreement with the ANC

The EFF’s war council, which is its decision-making body had decided to put end to “talks” with the current ruling party in South Africa, the ANC and closed any possible coalition between both parties in the more than 60 hung municipalities.

Malema cited arrogance and the refusal to discuss binding agreements, which would form the basis for any coalition by the ANC, as the reason for the breakdown in talks.

The EFF leader said his party was infuriated that the ANC sent junior party members to the negotiation table, while the red berets had selected a group of senior party leaders.

Yet another impediment identified by the EFF leader as the reason for the breakdown in talks was that the ANC was not willing to meet his party half way.

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