December 10, 2014
Where do I go Monday
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has been giving some thought to his political memoirs.
MPs gathered in parliament last night to celebrate the release of a memoir of the late Parekura Horomia by Sir Wira Gardiner.
That's titled after the Ikaroa Rawhiti MP's signature greeting, Kia Ora Chief.
Mr Peters says after a lifetime contesting elections, his own memoir could be what every candidate is thinking on election night.
"On a Saturday night, it's half past seven, the votes are coming in, you're beginning to see which way things are going and the thing that is on most people's minds as that result starts to unfold is what happens to them personally, so I suppose what they think is 'Where do I go Monday?' so that is not a bad title for a political book," he says.
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