Wed, 11 Jul 2012 6:16p.m.
John Key has made it clear that Waitangi Tribunal rulings are non-binding and that the Government can choose to ignore them.
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12/07/2012 3:08:59 p.m.
When Key Says "I'm more than happy to talk to them but there's nothing new in what I've said and nothing I've said publicly differs to what I would say [privately]."
What would the Maori party hope to achieve by talking to him. Let him know how the country feels about his statement and get out now. National and the Maori party are like chalk and cheese.
11/07/2012 6:49:13 p.m.
Sadly for kiwis the assets will be sold and farmers can expect to be the biggest losers of all in this.The government plans to split the power companies into electrictity & water companies with farmers being forced to now pay for water they received free before.This becomes evident when one takes a look at a company news that is/was partially owned by prime minister John Key.The same company refers to the farmers lobby as neanderthals and is further evidence of the governments plans.To substantiate my claims i refer to this http://www.nzherald.co.nz/best-of-business-analysis/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501241&objectid=10679838s website.
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