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Mashatile Welcomes Parliament’s Progress on Key Legislation

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Deputy President Paul Mashatile

Deputy President Paul Mashatile has praised the National Assembly for the completion of key Bills within the first quarter of the year.

During a productive period, the legislative body finished work on the Public Administration Management Amendment Bill, the Public Service Amendment Bill, the Statistics Amendment Bill, the General Intelligence Laws Amendment Bill, and the Electoral Matters Amendment Bill. Each of these is integral to the country’s administration and governance.

The Presidency issued a formal statement outlining the journey of these public service Bills to the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) for further deliberation. “As Section 75 of the Constitution Bills, the other Bills have been referred to specific parliamentary portfolio committees for processing,” the statement clarified.

Deputy President Mashatile emphasized the importance of these legislative developments. “The significance of the legislative programme is that it is a linear and revolving responsibility to both enact legislation and fine-tune existing laws. We are confident that at the end of this term, all priority legislation will have gone through the rigorous parliamentary process, passed the constitutional muster and become laws of the Republic after the President has assented to the Bills.”

He did not hold back his optimism about the impact of these changes. “This is significant progress, which takes the nation closer to the fulfilment of the mandate of the sixth democratic administration,” he said.

Moreover, the Presidency has reported that an additional 16 Bills have been dispatched to the President for his official nod by the end of February.

Mashatile, who heads Government Business in Parliament, is tasked with ensuring that the Executive branch of government remains accountable. To this end, he supervises the involvement of Members of the Executive in parliamentary sessions and committees. He also keeps an eye on the responses offered to Parliamentary inquiries and ensures that promises made are honoured.

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