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Card image 04 November 2018 Daily Maverick

Parliament: Expropriation without compensation report hurtles towards finish line

Parliament’s constitutional review committee is hurtling towards finalising its report on a constitutional amendment for expropriation without compensation. It’s a fractious process as last week’s committee meeting showed, and Thursday’s meeting to discuss recommendations undoubtedly will be no less so. It’ll all have to be wrapped by the time Parliament rises for its year-end recess in four weeks. But a resolution of the House is just another step in what remains a drawn-out path of political potholes — and possible legal challenges — unlikely to be finalised before the 2019 elections.

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