[DA Exposed] Who Funds The DA

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DA leadership is under fired for refusing to comply with Parliament’s Code of Conduct which requires that all members declare sponsorship and gifts above R1500.

This is deemed as a serious violation that can lead to suspension of all members who failed to comply.
The DA has always been calling for members of parliament to disclose gifts and donations they receive. It is matter of public knowledge that several DA MPs who contested various leadership positions relating to the party’s electoral conference earlier this year personally received financial sponsorships to aid their respective campaigns. 
Many are speculating that the reason for the day to dodge the process is because it is hiding the fact that the majority of its funders are from Israel. Leaking such information to the public domain will have terrible consequences. 
The DA has not been able to respond to media questions.

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