DA proposes legislative change ahead of 2024 elections

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DA leader John Steenhuisen says that part of his party’s legislative agenda in the run up to the 2024 general and provincial elections is to prepare Parliament for the likelihood that, for the first time in 70 years the era of a one party ruling government will be coming to an end. Steenhuisen says the DA plans to introduce national legislation to stabilise coalitions after the 2024 vote through three private members’ bills. The five proposals developed by the DA are not set in stone, but are rather a starting point for consultation with other political parties and the broader society, to help find consensus on legislation to ensure stable, successful coalitions.

Written by: Keenan Williams

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