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  •   Home > News > Politics

    A political commentator says having several inquiries over Labour's sexual assault allegations isn't a good move

    A political commentator says having several inquiries over Labour's sexual assault allegations isn't a good move


    While Maria Dew QC will focus on the complaints - an independent, third party will take over from Labour's lawyers and look into the party's actions.

    Kiwiblog's David Farrar says having three separate inquiries is messy because it means the party won't get closure on this issue until the final one comes in.

    He says the way they're going about it, is encouraging the process to drag out.

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