Preliminary report on parliament fire expected to be tabled on Friday

2022-01-13 10:18:00 PM

MPs are on Friday expected to receive a preliminary report on what has transpired since a fire gutted the National Assembly buildings earlier this month.

MPs are on Friday expected to receive a preliminary report on what has transpired since a fire gutted the National Assembly buildings earlier this month.

MPs are on Friday expected to receive a preliminary report on what has transpired since a fire gutted the National Assembly buildings earlier this month.

This, he said, had affected the work that the police have to do. “There is a closing report ... in the public domain that emanates from the Cape Town fire department on what their assessment is. That report in no way replaces the forensic work that needs to be done inside the building to try to come to a point where we can say where and how the fire started. That is the work of the police and they are continuing with that.”

He said the report was given to the speaker and subsequently handed to the police.“We immediately identified different work streams that we have to focus on when we deal with this matter, which include the investigations, the contingency plans being made in terms of Sona and related processes, the tabling of the budget, security and communication.”

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“There is a closing report .. House of committee chairperson Cedric Frolick told MPs on Thursday that the acting secretary to parliament will table a preliminary report on the blaze at a meeting of the joint standing committee on the financial management of parliament.. “At this stage, what is being prioritised is the alternative office space for the affected parties including the ANC, PAC, Good and NFP . in the public domain that emanates from the Cape Town fire department on what their assessment is.. That report in no way replaces the forensic work that needs to be done inside the building to try to come to a point where we can say where and how the fire started.

That is the work of the police and they are continuing with that. We do not know at this stage the extent of the destruction . We do not know at this stage the extent of the destruction .” He said the report was given to the speaker and subsequently handed to the police. “We immediately identified different work streams that we have to focus on when we deal with this matter, which include the investigations, the contingency plans being made in terms of Sona and related processes, the tabling of the budget, security and communication..” Discussions continue regarding plans for  the state of the nation address taking place on February 10 at the Cape Town city hall . because the building has been declared unsafe,” said Frolick. “Since the fire started, there was immediate discussion and consultation between the chairperson of the NCOP, speaker, leaders and representatives of various political parties. Frolick updated MPs during a joint programming committee meeting of the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) on Thursday morning, where the two houses discussed business for the year ahead.

This was followed up on Monday afternoon where the speaker had a meeting of all political parties in the National Assembly and 10 parties were briefed on the developments taking place.” All outstanding matters will be addressed on Friday, he said. This had affected police work, Frolick said. This had affected police work, Frolick said. .