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Opposition parties reject land expropriation without compensation Bill

Opposition parties reject land expropriation without compensation Bill (

CAPE TOWN - Most opposition events in parliament have rejected the 18th Constitutional Amendment Bill to allow for land expropriation with out compensation.EFF leader <a class=Julius Malema at a press briefing on 16 November 2021."/>

EFF leader Julius Malema said the system turned into a entire failure and the ANC is controlled via its “white monopoly capital handlers”, whilst the DA stated the amendment may be damaging for the us of a.

MPs are currently debating and thinking about whether or not to amend Section 25 of the charter.

ANC MP Mathole Motshekga, who chaired the ad hoc committee that initiated the amendment invoice, said people who vote in opposition to the change could be going towards the desire of the humans.

"Now individuals who vote in opposition to this Bill are voting against the desire of the human beings of South Africa and therefore they can not preserve to assert to be democrats."

But EFF chief Julius Malema hit back saying his celebration rejects the amendment after the ANC introduced a “nil compensation” clause which is not what his birthday celebration desired.

"We reject the declaration of nil repayment genuinely due to the fact it's far vague and could in essence offer for additonal restrained instances which the compensation can be below the market value or the land".

DA MP Annelie Lotriet additionally rejected the invoice pronouncing it'd be unfavorable for economy.

The IFP’s Narend Singh stated the invoice is not the solution and authorities have to attention on contemporary programmes.

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ANC DA EFF Julius Malema Mathole Motshekga


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