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After two years of much hype, consultation, committees and task teams, MPs voted on Tuesday on a parliamentary committee report that proposed that the law be amended to enable the government to expropriate land without compensation.
Initially billed as a historic process, the whole exercise has turned out to be a costly waste of time. This is hardly surprising given the origins of the process. It is worth recalling how the country ended up with this debacle...
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