Chair, I just want to respond to the statement on the operation of the National Register for Sex Offenders. It is correct. It is currently operational and we will be bringing legislation to this House early in the new year to extend the register, to cover all acts of sexual offences and to broaden the aspect of who can apply to have a look at the register.
With regard to the issue of Kanye Cekeshe, he is ... We are a state that is based on the supremacy of the Constitution and the rule of law. So, he was imprisoned by the court. He has appealed against the sentence. He cannot just be released. You must also remember that he has not been imprisoned for struggling for free education. He has been imprisoned because he was found guilty of burning a police vehicle. That is the fact.
The problem is that in many of the public protests there is a large amount of damage to property. There was a large amount of damage to property that was caused during the protests for free education.