Thank you, House Chairperson. I think it is not fair for the hon member to come here and re-read what we as the committee agreed upon. We as the committee agreed on the recommendations; we understand what the rules say in regard to how we should operate; and I feel that it is not fair to this House and the public for the DA to come and grandstand on what was agreed upon in the committee and the concerns that are recorded as part of the report.
I do not want to speak for long, Chair, but let me say that I don't think standing and showing mistrust in the executive is fair. We have members of the executive who have treated Parliament with respect, and what is happening here in what hon member Pretorius is doing is, he is casting doubt on the executive in regard to the commitment that they have made to Parliament, and I don't think it is fair.
As a committee we have committed ourselves to monitoring what needs to happen, as part of the work that we do, and the commitment that the Minister has made. I don't think there is anything that warrants our coming and saying we don't think it is going to happen. There is proof that the Minister for the Public Service and Administration is currently busy with the process and they have presented where they are in terms of their progress. I think they should be allowed space and come to Parliament to report, as they have promised to do.
So we should not give the public an impression that the executive does not keep to the commitments that they make, or that they do not deliver on the commitments that they make to Parliament, because that would be incorrect, and I think that we need to set the record straight on behalf of the committee as well. Thank you very much, Chair.
Motion agreed to.
Report accordingly adopted.