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ATIONAL PEOPLES PARTY  
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VISION   |   MISSION   |   ECONOMIC POLICY   |   HEALTH   |   CRIME   |   HOUSING

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT   |   JOB CREATION   |   SPORT & RECREATION   |   RELIGION

PRINCIPLES OF THE NPP   |   ACTIONS OF THE NPP

 

VISION

The vision and core values of the NPP is of being an inclusive party, where openness, equality, justice and freedom of expression can be exercised, thus unlocking the potential of our fellow countrymen.

 

The NPP vision rests on the premise that:

Past divisions be overcome swiftly

Prosperity for all

That constitutional freedoms be enshrined, defended and challenged

The introduction of a safety net for the destitute and most vulnerable

The unlocking of business potential

 

MISSION

The mission of the NPP is to become a principled party, protecting the most vulnerable in our society and become a home for all.

We believe in free-market economy and not forgetting our social responsibility.

We will endeavour to introduce policies that are people-centred.

 

           ECONOMIC POLICY

 
   

 

The NPP supports the millennium development goals.

The NPP will embark on a programme of economic reforms to create jobs and make it more attractive for both businesses and investors to enter our economic sphere with confidence.

The NPP will pursue and negotiate free trade within SADC areas in an orderly manner to facilitate economic growth for all its inhabitants.

The NPP will introduce infrastructural reforms in the areas of Energy, ICT, Tourism and Mining and in Skills Training Sectors.

 

HEALTH

The NPP believes in quality and free health care systems for the most vulnerable in our society.

The NPP believes in patient-centred health systems.

The NPP will introduce a medical insurance system.

 
The NPP believes in an effective and efficient health system for all South Africans.

 

 

   

The NPP condones public and private partnerships.

The NPP will introduce mobile clinics and trains into the health network system.

The NPP will introduce proper billing systems for recovery of road accident fund compensation.

The NPP will introduce a user-friendly environment into the health-care system.

The NPP will introduce a transport plan for the sick and frail.

The NPP will extend the ARV plan and support the MTC programme.

 

CRIME

The NPP supports the reintroduction of the death penalty and mandatory death sentences for crimes against the STATE, MURDER, RAPE, DRUG TRAFFICKING AND MOLESTATION.

The NPP will introduce a public safety agency.

The NPP will introduce an effective management system for safer neighbourhoods and environments and participate in the destruction of shebeens, drug outlets and gangsterism.

The NPP supports tighter border controls.

The NPP supports the deportation of foreign nationals who commit or participate in any criminal activities whilst on our soil.

The NPP supports the confiscation of all assets of money launderers.

 

HOUSING

The NPP believes in housing for all, thus it will accelerate real housing delivery.

The confiscation of housing used for illegal purposes.

The introduction of holistic and integrated housing development.

The introduction of rental housing for a period of five years.

The NPP will support the scrapping of rates on all properties valued under one million rand.

 

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

The NPP will reintroduce a child support grant for all children under the age of 16 years.

The NPP will increase and/or adjust all old age and military pensions in line with the inflation rate.

The NPP will introduce a grant system for all unemployed persons.

The NPP will introduce a token system for the purpose of food for the destitute.

The NPP will introduce a school feeding system at schools of need.

 

JOB CREATION

The introduction of skills training via government departments.

The introduction of learnerships for all South African citizens.

The relaxation of the tendering processes for all to share in it.

The twining of large corporations with SMME’s and communities for new tendering contracts.

The aggressive introduction of SMME’s into demarcated areas such as beaches, footways, parks and open spaces.

The outsourcing of car parks, parks and curbside parking.

 

SPORT AND RECREATION

The NPP will fund after-school sporting activities via the introduction of sporting code boards.

The reintroduction and funding of arts and culture.

 

RELIGION

The NPP believes in free religious activities and movement and will defend, protect and reintroduce it into schools in an orderly manner.

The NPP will unlock state land for religious purposes based on area needs and will conduct assessments.

 

PRINCIPLES OF THE NPP

Protection of all citizens.

Protection of the environment.

Enforcing law and order.

Equality before the law

An independent judiciary.

Representative and elected government.

Free but fair elections.

Respect for civil society.

The rejection of violence and intimidation.

The right of land-ownership and protection thereof.

The right of foreign land-ownership.

The protection of agriculture and agricultural land.

 

ACTIONS OF THE NPP

The promotion of growth and development.

The protection of servicing of the needs of all businesses.

The NPP will seek to work with a spheres of government and the opposition to achieve reasonable consensus.

The NPP will promote meaningful democracy as long as the boundaries and limitations are known by all citizens and those living on our soil.

 

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