DA Cape Town mayor, Patricia de Lille says she wants the court to set aside a report by DA MP John Steenhuisen.
The report found her guilty on several allegations relating to among others, recent security upgrades at her residence and trying to influence the re-appointment of former City Manager, Achmat Ebrahim.
De Lille has dismissed the allegations and now wants the Cape Town High Court to review and set aside the Steenhuisen report.
“The court ordered two months ago that DA must provide my lawyers with the letter written by JP Smith, the record of the Steenhuisen Commission and have failed to do so. I now have to bring a separate application to force the DA to give us that information, what is there to hide?” says De Lille.
My statement on an application my legal team launched which was meant to be heard in the High Court today regarding the Steenhuisen report which makes findings against me on various untested allegations. pic.twitter.com/bN3Czrtt7I
— Patricia de Lille (@PatriciaDeLille) May 3, 2018
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