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The Green Party asked for an investigation to see if the Prime Minister has broken public record laws following admissions made in Parliament that he deletes his texts.

You have got to be kidding me.I know how many texts Cam gets a day and he is not the PM. If he didn’t delete them he would be scrolling for days. This is ridiculous.

That includes correspondence with blogger Cameron Slater.

Yeah well, how would the Green Party like it if we demanded transcripts of all Russel Norman’s’s conversations with Kim Dotcom? John Key has never visited the Whaleoil ‘Mansion’ but Russel Norman certainly has visited Kim Dotcom and no doubt texted him and had phone conversations with him.

Green Party open government spokesman, James Shaw, says the archivist has confirmed she’ll look into the Prime Minister’s record keeping practices, and whether there’s been a breach of the Public Records Act.

Next thing they will be making scrapbooks up of any notes he jots on napkins or any doodles he does on his pad in the office!

Mr Shaw says they believe the text messages should be treated the same as emails or other correspondence.

He says they are public records which should be available to every New Zealander under the Official Information Act.

I can imagine what Helen Clark would have said to any Green Party Politician who made these kind of outrageous demands.

She would have told them to take a long walk off a short Pier and then when they were outraged she would have said, ” Diddums! ”

– Newstalk ZB


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