Expropriation: Some organisations are still opposed to Constitution amendment

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The draft Expropriations Bill is currently in Parliament.
The draft Expropriations Bill is currently in Parliament.
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Interest groups are still trying to convince Parliament that the Constitution shouldn't be amended to allow land expropriation without compensation, even though both Houses have already resolved that the amendment should go ahead.

On Tuesday, the ad hoc committee amending Section 25 of the Constitution heard five oral presentations from organisations that indicated that they wanted to be heard. Three indicated that they did not want the Constitution to be amended. 

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