RELEASE ISSUED BY THE UDM NATIONAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
UDM today finished a three-day strategic planning session.
strategic intention of the UDM is clearly stated in developing South Africa into
a World Class nation and enforcing the concept of South Africanism over the next
five years. The UDM has confirmed that this vision can best be realised by
realigning the political scene in South Africa and by ensuring that this
realignment has already taken place by the next election.
the light hereof the UDM leadership was given a mandate to lead the process of
realigning the South African political landscape. This remains the Party’s
main intent since its launch on 27 September 1997.
request by its members, the UDM will also actively investigate its participation
in civil society. The relationship between the UDM and organs of civil society
such as labour organisations, student bodies and other mass based movements will
be explored. The UDM will embark on strategic discussions with such
UDM has a clear strategic intent and its efforts would be focussed on realigning
the South African political landscape while selling the message of South
Africanism to all South Africans
Mr Roelf Meyer
UDM Deputy President
Ms Annelizé van Wyk
Acting National Secretary