Thu, 26 Jul 2012 6:32p.m.
The Greens have attacked the list of lobbyists accredited to Parliament as being too business-friendly.
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26/07/2012 7:51:19 p.m.
Yes we can see the business influence with left winger whingers like the two CTU representatives that support discrimination in the work place so long as its union controlled discrimination! If an employer tried even a fraction of that discrimination against empoyees they would be up before human rights commisioner and other charges.There is also a media element to the access, and the Greens like Labour dont support free speech, even their own if a member wants to say anything like their own oppinion.Take the Greens action in Sanlu where they were present at the cabinet metting that discussed Sanlu, but they chose to side with Labour and keep it quiet as it was only costing lives - but only Chinese lives and NZ's reputation so it didn't matter!
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