Is this Hone’s last official act as an MP?


Privileges Complaint Laid against Prime Minister
MANA Leader and Member of Parliament for Te Tai Tokerau Hone Harawira
Monday 15 September
MANA Movement Leader and Te Tai Tokerau MP Hone Harawira has today lodged a Privileges Complaint with the Speaker regarding the Prime Ministers denials in parliament that he knew anything about Kim Dotcom before 2012.

“Information made public today appears to contradict John Key’s statements and I have therefore asked the Speaker to refer it to the Privileges Committee for investigation.”

“This is a very serious matter and needs to be properly and formally looked at, especially as it involves the Prime Minister.”

Mr Harawira said he was also looking forward to hearing more from Glen Greenwald about the GCSB spying on New Zealanders.

“Unfortunately I can’t be there tonight in person as I am appearing ton the Te Tai Tokerau Native Affairs debate tonight on Maori Television, but I applaud Mr Greenwald’s determination to let new Zealanders know what their government is up to.”

The voters in Te Tai Tokerau should think long and hard if they want this clown back in parliament.  He sold his soul to the German fraudster, and as a parting shot, he decides to lay a frivolous complaint with the Speaker.

….or not.

Parliament has been dissolved.   The Privileges committee has no sittings.  The complaint is nothing more than a press release.

Just like everything else that Internet Mana have tried to achieve – it’s all come to nothing.   Again.

Let’s hope the voters have their last say on Mr Harewira.

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They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet.   Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet, and as a result he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist that takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

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