Not all 169 resolutions taken at the 2018 land indaba form part of the draft Land Bill, as some have failed to pass the constitutional test, therefore coming into conflict with the supreme law of the land. Currently with the legal drafters, the Land Bill, according to the Namibia Press Agency, will go to the policy level thereafter for input by government executives. It will then head to Parliament in September for input and possibly, promulgation. The bill will consolidate the Agricultural Land Reform Act, Communal Land Act, and resolutions from the second land conference.