Mr R Jankielsohn (DA) asked what was meant by clause iv (Ammunition). He asked if this was intended to mean production and destruction, or was it intended rather to relate to retention of skilled personnel.
Mr R Jankielsohn (DA) said that there is “a big difference between listening and hearing” and that despite the fact that the Committee had listened to many people their views were not considered. He added that, in his view, the Bill was “principally flawed” and that in certain places it ...
Mr R Jankielsohn (DA) said that he had thought that the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) would be coming to address the Committee and he requested that the finalisation of the Bill not be rushed.
Mr R Jankielsohn (DA) mentioned that he had received the draft amendments in the middle of the briefing; had read it overnight and received legal advice. He wanted to table his proposals to the Committee.