Demokraties is dit beslis nie. Tydmors beslis, waar publieke insette gevra word, maar ten spyte van honderde duisende besware reeds in 2018, sal dit steeds voortgaan – so ook al die ander wetgewings, wat die “grondwet” totaal en al verander. Skrif is al sedert 1994 aan die muur – rewolusie en radikale ekonomiese vernietiging. (Soros die finansier) – Parliament said the amendment of the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation will happen whether people are opposed to it or not.
The sixth democratic Parliament has had a demanding 28 weeks since its establishment following the May general election. On the agenda were 31 Bills revived from the stage at which they lapsed when the previous Parliament’s term ended – and another 13 new Bills. It is these new bills which are likely to dominate the conversation in 2020, as they propose major changes around property and healthcare.
Bills at parliament – property rights – health insurance – reserve bank
Parliament said the amendment of the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation will happen whether people are opposed to it or not.
Parliament has also noted remarks by former Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, who is reported to have told a gathering last week that land expropriation without compensation would not happen in 100 years.
Mathole Motshekga, the chairperson of the ad hoc committee established to initiate legislation on land expropriation without compensation, said Motlanthe was welcome to have a view on the matter.
Motlanthe has on a number of occasions spoken of the challenges of land redistribution and has also led a high-level panel on land reform.
“He has done an excellent job and produced a good report. We’ve already said this report and all others will be considered.”
Motshekga said Parliament would meet the deadline of March next year to submit its proposals to amend the Constitution.