Wed, 18 Jul 2012 12:45p.m.
Maori Party co-leader Tariana Turia is playing down speculation they will walk away from their confidence and supply agreement with John Key’s Government.
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22/07/2012 10:14:18 p.m.
@Ted. The smile doesnt seem to be reaching the eyes anymore. I noticed.
18/07/2012 5:08:49 p.m.
Raymond Ashley wrote:
I have no doubt that Key would have done the the back door deal once again. He said NO and now he'll go back on what he said and give these radicals what they want. If only he had the courage of his convictions.
18/07/2012 2:32:02 p.m.
Ted C wrote:
The Government chose to ignore over 1400 select committee submissions opposed to asset sales, many of which raised the issue of Maori water rights. John Key should not be surprised now that he is being forced to listen.
A citizen's initiated referendum on the issue looks increasingly likely too.
Surely we must ask whether John Key is brave or foolish to continue ignoring the opposition to asset sales.
Personally I believe he's looking less and less brave.
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