Promotion of Access to Information Amendment Bill

Parliament has asked the public to say yes or no or provide input to a PAIA amendment which reveals political party funders.

8477 have provided input, so far. Have your say below.

The amendment proposes to allow information on the private funding of political parties and independent candidates to be recorded, preserved and made publicly available. However, there are a few concerns – see summary.

Shape this policy now

Do you support the amendment to the PAIA? (see summary)
Yes I doNo I do notNot fully

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Important to note; By using DearSA’s policy-shaping interface you ensure an accurate record is held by civil society (so government cannot dispute participation facts or figures) which forms a solid foundation for a legal case should the necessity arise. This is a legally protected public policy-shaping process mandated in the SA Constitution. It is not a petition. Your input is immediately sent to government and must, by law, be individually acknowledged and considered. Had this been a petition, all input would be grouped as a single submission.

PUBLIC INPUT Displaying latest 5

Jan
Yes I do
To stop corruption
VM
Yes I do
We the electorate have the RIGHT to see who is funding political parties - It helps us decide who to vote for
Mike
Yes I do
Transparency is the key to democracy!

We are all aware that political parties are basically just a front for the ideologies of a few high NWHI group. Revealing the funding origi, will reveal the masterminds behind the underlying ideologies of the political party.
Janine
Yes I do
Open information about who we vote for is always good
William
Yes I do
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PAIA amendment bill