Parliament Slams Reaction to e-Tolls

COSATU and OUTA’s call for motorists not to pay for e-tolls in Gauteng defies the Constitution, Parliament warns

Parliament's transport portfolio committee on transport says Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) and Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance’s (OUTA) call for motorists not to pay for e-tolls in Gauteng defies the Constitution.
 
The committee has urged both e-tolling critics to demonstrate their respect for the law by accepting the decision made by the courts.
 
"The committee is concerned that these two organisations are encouraging citizens not to abide by an Act of Parliament and thus defy the Constitution of the country," states Ruth Bhengu, committee chairperson.
 
To read the article titled, “Parliamentary committee condemns Outa, COSATU's e-tolls reaction”, click here.

Source: 
Mail and Guardian

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