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Judgment expected in Arms Deal Commission case

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JOHANNESBURG - The findings contained in the Arms Deal Commission report have been reviewed and set aside

Judge President Dunstan Mlambo handed down judgment in the matter at the North Gauteng High Court on Wednesday.

The Right2Know Campaign and Corruption Watch wanted the findings set aside.

Patricia de Lille is hopeful that the arms inquiry will catch the crooks involved and return tax payers money, but says it should stop asking for money and hopes it doesn't end up like Marikana. Patricia de Lille is hopeful that the arms inquiry will catch the crooks involved and return tax payers money, but says it should stop asking for money and hopes it doesn't end up like Marikana.

This after the commission's report found no evidence of corruption in the deal.

Civil society organisations challenged the Seriti Commission's findings, dismissing them as a whitewash that shielded corrupt individuals.

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The commission was set up in 2011 by former President Jacob Zuma to probe allegations of fraud, corruption, impropriety or irregularity in the arms procurement deal in 1999

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