Russel Norman on asset sales, Fiji's dictatorship
Wed, 01 Aug 2012 8:01a.m.
The pressure is back on the Government to delay the first asset sale after the Waitangi Tribunal recommended a delay to allow the issue of water rights claims are heard.
This morning Firstline's Rachel Smalley spoke with Green Party co-leader Dr Russel Norman about the sale, and whether it's costing the country too much.
They also discuss the Government's softening position on the military dictatorship in Fiji.
Watch the video.
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8/08/2012 12:09:54 p.m.
Thag Anderson wrote:
2/3 rds of NZés dont want Asset sales. NACT's mandate was the so called winning of an election when 1 million people did not vote. Our power prices will go up if these Assets are sold. The vote in parliament was by just 1 vote. John Banks, a man with no integrity. Stop the Assets sales. Bring on 2014 and let rid ourselves of this dictatorship!
2/08/2012 10:11:05 a.m.
Russel Norman is a supporter of "Austrian School of Economics" Neo-Clsssical has failed the world but kiwis don't see it!!! I guess kiwis want to become like Greece. Dumb!
1/08/2012 12:31:53 p.m.
Missed this, I was out in the rain cycling to the supermarket to get the groceries for a family of five....
1/08/2012 10:03:09 a.m.
Russel Norman! what is your Party's financial plan for NZ?
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