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Security concerns of MPs raised after break-in at office of DA’s Natasha Mazzone

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Natasha Mazzone

The security of MPs within the premises of the national legislature came up for discussion on Thursday following the break-in at the parliamentary office of DA chief whip Natasha Mazzone this week.

This emerged when National Assembly Speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula announced the break-in at Marks Building during the meeting of the National Assembly Programme Committee.
Mapisa-Nqakula said she discussed the matter with Parliament’s acting secretary, Baby Tyawa, National Assembly Secretary Masibulele Xaso, and the head of the institution’s security.

“I am waiting for a report from the police,” she said.

However, Mapisa-Nqakula said she was informed that cameras were not working at the time of the incident.
“According to the Secretary of Parliament, there are cameras where the police have been able to look at what is in the footage. We will see what comes out of it.

“But the Secretary indicated that there are areas in that building where we don’t have cameras because honourable members objected to having cameras installed in those particular areas,” she said.

Mapisa-Nqakula said the chief whips forum should have discussed the matter and come up with proposals.
It is a matter of concern that there is a break-in right within the premises of Parliament and a break-in in the office of a member. It is something which all of us should be concerned about,” she said.

Mapisa-Nqakula noted that some MPs left the premises very late into the night.

“I imagine if people find an honourable member in the office at night, I would imagine what would happen. It is something we should be concerned about and it is something we will attend to,” Mapisa-Nqakula said.

Source: News365

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