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  •   Home > News > Maori

    National may have closed the door on New Zealand First, but is leaving it ajar for the Maori Party

    National may have closed the door on New Zealand First, but is leaving it ajar for the Maori Party


    National MP Mark Mitchell says the Act Party is a strong partner to National.

    He's also predicting a resurgence in the Maori Party and says National could team up with them again.

    Mitchell is at Waitangi and says there's a lot of dissatisfaction among Maori about what Labour has failed to deliver.

    However, Labour Cabinet Minister Stuart Nash says Act is on one percent and the Maori Party doesn't even register in the polls.

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