Should parliament be restored it to its former state?

Should the parliament buildings be restored it to their former state?

  • Yes

    Votes: 87 42.9%
  • No

    Votes: 102 50.2%
  • Other

    Votes: 14 6.9%

  • Total voters
    203

chrisc

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Restore the building but use it for another purpose
Move parliament to Pretoria
 

notayoba

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Move the thieves to Pretoria, demolish the buildings and sell the land for much needed housing.
No one wants criminals on their doorstep.
 

unobeat

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It can be repaired but not immediately as in the 1 billion rand budget estistimated does not have to approved immediately.
It can be done in stages over a period of time.
 

Kawak

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Yes of course, that building has historical value, it also has actual significance, we're spending so much money on security for dilapidated buildings of transnet and such, let those rot.
 

Crayons

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Remember this is a R15m Stadium.


I cannot wait to see what a Billion will buy.


Probably a prefab single room...

Will get you this comrade, painting costs extra

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Wary GOM

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Restore the building but use it for another purpose
Move parliament to Pretoria
Don't move the beggars to Gauteng we have enon orphanage howm of the rootless.ugh of our own er..

Apart from this, I think Parliament should be restored. No matter how you look at it, those buildings reflect an element (good or bad as it might be) of our history. A nation without a sense and knowledge of their history is a family without ties to their past.
 

Ryansr

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No, let the money come from all the clowns sleeping there during every sitting of parliament. This has nothing to do with improving the situation of the country therefor, close the talk shop for a while.
 

RedViking

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No, build a new modern one for less. Use the same people who managed and built Sol-Tech.
 

cjgroveuk

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No, unless they aim to use it as a Museum for children to learn what sh!theads politicians are.
 

Leoror

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If possible using the existing structure repair with more African type argitecture images.
 

Quicks

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I am sure this will be fixed, just too good of opportunity to having some palms greased.
 

Phumzile@1

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With estimates of up to R1 billion to repair the Parliament buildings damaged being touted, do you think government should undertake to restore it to its former state?

If not, what do you think should be done?
No it will take more years to restore the damaged infrastructure so it should be moved and restored to another place and that way it will be completed more quickly in a short term because of the cost
 

Veneficus

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No parliament should be held in current space in current state

We all know that the people at fault for its current state is currently the majority who sits there
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Either they should pay or use it in current state
 
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redspark

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Turn into a school and artisan centre / innovation hub. Move the so-called engagements, meetings and robust debates to an online platform.
 
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