Adrian Christopher Roos

National Assembly

Adrian Christopher Roos

About Adrian Christopher Roos

Adrian Roos holds LLB and BSc degrees and has applied location intelligence to drive growth and innovation in the government, transport, retail, monitoring & evaluation spheres for over 20 years. As a former National Chairperson of the Geoinformatics Society of South Africa he was instrumental in driving the professionalisation, establishment of regions and education programmes in the geoinformatics industry. As a passionate community activist during this time, Roos focussed on youth and disability projects establishing funding and support networks. The drive to tackle the broad scale injustices encountered lead to politics. Roos served on the Public Accounts, Finance, Economic Development, Transport and Environment Committees as a PR Councillor in the City of Tshwane before being elected to Parliament on the Home Affairs Portfolio. During this time he was elected to the DA Gauteng North Regional Executive and admitted as an Advocate of the North Gauteng High Court.

2019 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 6 meetings out of 6

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Committee appearances

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Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Home Affairs 27 Aug 2019

    What (a) number of asylum seekers have currently been awaiting an interview with a refugee status determination officer (RSDO) for more than (i) 30 days and (ii) 90 days and (b) is the average waiting time, in number of days, between the time that an application for an appointment with ...

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