National's campaign targets electoral bill

National's campaign targets electoral billNational has begun to crank up a new campaign against the Electoral Finance Bill by approaching about 500 interest groups to encourage them to make submissions to the select committee studying it. The party expects to make political… [NZ Politics]

Finally some negative coverage about the worst law introduced into the parliament in living memory. This bill is simply an attack on freedom of speech and our electoral system.

National is spearheading the attack on the bill, but my sources in parliament tell me that Labour is intent on passing this law with little or no changes despite any submissions received.

That however will condemn Labour in the eyes of the public as more and more people become aware of the implications of this law and cynical way in which Labour is trying to buy the next election and every election following. 


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