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Hon Chair, I want to understand. Did you just ask a member to withdraw the word "rubbish" and could you please explain why you asked the member to withdraw the word because "rubbish" is not unparliamentary.
Hon Chair, may I please address you?
Hon Chair, do you know what happened? During the pronouncements of the hon member, the speaker said the DA or someone must go and fix up a mess that they had created. [Interjections.] I put it to you, hon Deputy Chair... [Interjections.] We want to be able to say "rubbish" ...
Hon Chair, you could rule that in that context it was not parliamentary, but you can't say the word "rubbish" is not.
We want to be able to say there is rubbish or people are living with rubbish, and all those sorts of things.
Hon Deputy Chairperson, let me guarantee the Chief Whip of the Majority Party that the day the Speaker of the NA ... [Interjections.]
... treats all of us ... [Interjections.]
... as equal here, that is the only day they can expect the protection of the EFF. [Interjections.]
The day the Speaker and all the presiding officers ... [Interjections.]