Security Bill sails through with changes

Security officers prevent Cord senators from entering Parliament’s chambers during the chaotic debate before the passing of the Security Laws (Amendment) Bill on December 18, 2014. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE |

What you need to know:

  • Clause that requires police consent for publication of terrorist attack victims retained.
  • When it was all over, the MPs gathered for song and dance laced with criticism of each other.

The controversial Security Bill sailed through Parliament amid drama on Thursday evening.

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