Parliamentary spokesman Molota Motopa says the agency is taking steps to have it review the reports of the state commission on the seizure after they are all submitted by August.
This came after the parliament’s legal services department issued a legal opinion proposing a process that the legislature should follow when dealing with reports after an official submission.
However, Motapo says parliament will not wait until August before taking action.
“Parliament’s research department is already busy collecting an analysis of all the reports to ensure that the action plan that will be followed by the parliament is on working with these reports. On the other hand, the chairman of the National Assembly [Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula] has already handed over the cases of the members identified in part 3 of the report for violating the code of ethics of the parliament, ”Motapo explains.
The following is a full interview with Moloto Mothapo:
Earlier, some members of the Program Committee insisted that parliament begin work on the report, waiting for President Cyril Ramaphosa to present the final.
The president must formally submit and submit the Probe report to parliament before the national legislature can address it.
In Part Four of the State Capture Report, Eskom, the National Treasury and the Asbestos scandal are in the spotlight: