September 10, 2014
Peters has no intention of a casual coalition
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says he has no intention of entering a business as usual coalition with one of the major parties.
With the election just 10 days away the polls are still tipping the veteran politician will decide who will be the next government.
He says what he’s hearing from National leader John Key and others is that they want to keep doing what they are doing, with New Zealand First’s support.
" There are a whole lot of grave concerns that New Zealanders and a mass majority are opposed to or are concerned about like the massive debt we've got now like for example the overseas sales to foreign interests and asset sales and these things are not going to be swept under the carpet because somebody wants to conveniently forget about the people and just go and work and be a government " he says.
Winston Peters says with the prospect of experienced MPs Pita Paraone and Ron Mark being back in its caucus, New Zealand First will have the team to hit the ground running.
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