PM stands firm – election law won't be axed

PM stands firm – election law won't be axedPrime Minister Helen Clark yesterday flatly rejected a suggestion that the Government ditch its proposed electoral spending law and start from scratch.
But the Government appears to have slowed down the pace of the Electoral Finance…
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Fantastic news, I hope they even go as far as to push it through under urgency. There is nothing better than watching a party paint itself into a corner using their own brush and their paint.

Labour will pass this law because they have to, they're broke and need to try to put the brakes on the opposition as well as raid the public purse to fund their campaign. If they push this through they will never, ever be forgiven. It will be the end of them.


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