On 2 April 1993, the Multi-Party Negotiation Process (MPNP) began at the World Trade Centre in Kempton Park. The structure and process was very different to CODESA. Non-partisan specialists were included, and they helped speed up proceedings and resolve areas of difference. In contrast to CODESA, the white right (the Conservative Party and the Afrikaner Volksunie), the Pan Africanist Congress, the KwaZulu Bantustan government and delegations of “traditional leaders” initially participated in the Multiparty Negotiating Forum. (taken from SA history online – www.sahistory.org.za)
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