Parliamentary Internal Security Commission Act No 67


Parliamentary
Internal Security Commission Act No 67

This
Act established a parliamentary Internal Security Commission and
set out its functions. It differed little from the USA House Committee
on Un-American Activities except that the South African law had
more sanctions at its disposal.

This Act was repealed by s 7 of the Abolition of Restriction
on Free Political Activity Act No 206 of 1993.

Last updated : 30-Mar-2011

This article was produced by South African History Online on 30-Mar-2011

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