CAPE TOWN - Most resistance groups in parliament have dismissed the eighteenth Constitutional Amendment Bill to take into account land seizure without remuneration.
EFF pioneer Julius Malema said the interaction was a finished disappointment and the ANC is constrained by its "white restraining infrastructure capital controllers", while the DA said the revision will be impeding for the country.
MPs are at present discussing and taking into account whether to revise Section 25 of the constitution.
ANC MP Mathole Motshekga, who led the specially appointed council that started the correction bill, said the individuals who vote against the revision will be a conflict with the desire of individuals.
"Presently the individuals who vote against this Bill are casting a ballot against the desire of individuals of South Africa and subsequently they can't keep on professing to be leftists."
In any case, EFF pioneer Julius Malema hit back saying his party dismisses the revision after the ANC presented a "nothing remuneration" proviso which isn't what his party needed.
"We reject the attestation of nothing pay just on the grounds that it is obscure and will basically accommodate additional restricted examples which the remuneration could be beneath the market esteem or the land".
DA MP Annelie Lotriet likewise dismissed the bill saying it would be negative for the economy.
The IFP's Narend Singh said the bill isn't the arrangement and the government should zero in on current projects.Opposition parties reject land expropriation without compensation Bill (msn.com)
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