Mondli Makhanya | Why this allergy to truth?

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Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa. Photo: GCIS
Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa. Photo: GCIS


In the report, which was released in June last year, the Zondo commission warned Parliament that, if it wanted to be taken and treated seriously by the executive, it needed to “make it clear … who calls the shots in Parliament. The executive must also not be allowed to call the shots in Parliament.” He warned that “party discipline may not legitimately be directed at obstructing members of Parliament from doing what they believe, in good faith, and on reasonable grounds, to be appropriate in order to address concerns…”

Zondo continued: 

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