Should the EFF pay the costs for the damages to Parliament?

The Democratic Alliance (DA) wants the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to foot the bill for the damage to parliamentary property during Tuesday’s chaotic sitting of the National Assembly.

In the fight between the EFF and Parliament’s bouncers, a fire extinguisher was discharged and a glass door smashed, allegedly by EFF supporters.

The DA’s Chief Whip John Steenhuisen has condemned the EFF’s behaviour in Parliament.

Those who damage infrastructure must be held accountable.

The DA’s Chief Whip John Steenhuisen .

Listen to the audio above about what political parties think of the damages to Parliament and who should pay.

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