Ahead of the 8 May National Elections you would do well to acquaint yourself with the Political Parties registered on the National level for the elections.
Today we introduce you to: Christian Political Movement
The Christian Political Movement (CPM) is an Eastern-Cape based religious party, the CPM is led by New Life Family Bible Church leader Brian Mahlati. It aims to “protect the interests of the Church”, and its logo references Psalm 33:12: “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord; and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance”.
CPM’s Aims and Objectives
To build a society based on Biblical, Political, Social and Economic democracy. ?
We strive to unite South Africans from all communities irrespective of their class, gender, religion and race in a new political movement built on Biblical Foundations and Principles and ideals of the South African Constitution, inspired by our love of God and His creation. ?
We seek to challenge all inequalities of power and wealth in society through the empowerment of ordinary people.
We strive for social and economic justice, where everyone has a guaranteed standard of security and well being, and fair opportunity to develop their personal and social selves and to participate in the economic, social and cultural life of the Rainbow Nation in conditions of freedom, solidarity, justice, education, economic security and equality.
To contend and attain the majority in the leadership of the government of the Republic of South Africa through the democratic process that are in place.
To ensure that all South Africans enjoy a competent government where our best leaders are placed in areas where they can contribute effectively to the government and a better South Africa for all
Psalm 33 Verse 12 states: “Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, the people he chose for his inheritance.” ~ New International Version of the myriad versions of the Bible.
Aims and Objectives: http://www.cpmsa.org.za/index.php/aims-objectives/
This information is gathered from the IEC and the above party website or publicly available documents.
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