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EFF rejects 18th amendment bill, and accuses ANC for selling Out.

Land seizure: EFF rejects eighteenth Amendment Bill, blames ANC for selling out

Malema has approached South Africans to 'take the necessary steps to get their territory back' in light of the fact that the bill subverts the battles of individuals of color for land.

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has dismissed the Constitution eighteenth Amendment Bill that tries to correct segment 25 of the Constitution in order to consider the confiscation of land without pay.

EFF pioneer Julius Malema, talking during the discussion in the National Assembly on Tuesday on the proposed enactment, said the bill in its present structure was a finished takeoff from the extreme proposition that the Red Berets had made back in 2018.

Malema approached South Africans to "take the necessary steps to get their property back" on the grounds that the bill subverted the battles of individuals of color for land.

"We approach South Africans to realize that it is presently in their grasp. They should quit believing that the ANC can do anything an option for its to give them the land back.

"They should volunteer to recover which was taken from them and the EFF will be completely behind them when they participate in that battle of reclaiming the land that was taken from them by offspring of crooks," he said.

The National Assembly on Tuesday evening is relied upon to decide on the Constitution eighteenth Amendment Bill following the adoption of the bill in September by Parliament's specially appointed advisory group.

All together for the bill to be passed by the House, it would need somewhere around 66% greater part vote yet just the ANC and EFF don't agree on how the sacred revision ought to be carried out. The EFF called for state custodianship of land while the ANC favors remuneration in certain occurrences.


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