29 April 2014
The Ad Hoc
Committee which has been tasked to consider submission by the President on the
Public Protector’s report said there was not enough time for it to do justice
at hand, and that is why the report has resolved to the fifth Parliament.
Chairperson Fredrick Frolick said it is an important matter that must be dealt
with and Parliament must apply its mind.
He added that
proper procedures need to be implemented and not allow Parliament to be abused
for political campaigns.
The Democratic Alliance on Monday
said the passing of a motion by the African National Congress to refer the
Nkandla Ad Hoc Committee to the fifth Parliament must be condemned in the
strongest possible manner.
DA Parliamentary leader Lindiwe
Mazibuko said it was without doubt delaying tactics were used to frustrate this
Mazibuko Spokesperson Siviwe Gwarube
said the DA argued that committee could legitimately extended and that key parties
should be given a chance to take part.
Labels: Mixed views on the Ad Hoc Committee