De Lille accused of misleading Parliament on state of Parliament's sprinkler system

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Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure Patricia de Lille addresses the Standing Committee on Public Accounts. (Jan Gerber, News24)
Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure Patricia de Lille addresses the Standing Committee on Public Accounts. (Jan Gerber, News24)

Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia De Lille stands accused of misleading Parliament after she said earlier this week that the sprinkler system was "fully functional" after the fire that ravaged the building. 

De Lille told the Joint Standing Committee on the Financial Management of Parliament on Tuesday that the sprinkler system had been fully functional since October 2021.

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