The parliamentarians’ babble in parliament is to get sick with, especially if, after a serious series of incidents, they suddenly think something needs to be done.
This is the opinion of a political analyst following the series of rapes that took place on several campuses across South Africa.
He says every member of parliament wants to talk about the matter, utter a lot of threats, thinks it’s time to act against the crime, and everything magically stops.
He says the MPs think if they cleaned up the rape case and said enough about the issue under discussion, then the case was won, and no rape will ever happen again.
Over the past week, dozens of rapes have been reported on campuses that leave the women students terrified while none of the criminals have been arrested.
It is precisely this behavior and condition that is frightening, and the speech in parliament, without approving legislation and measures, is the downfall of the country, he said.