Winston Peters’ port plan is the latest and worst example of New Zealand First’s backwards 1950s interventionist plan to turn New Zealand into a Pacific North Korea,” says ACT Leader David Seymour.
“Assuming he’s telling the truth and did fill out his original application correctly, why didn’t he correct his living situation when he received any of the annual letters asking him to confirm his details?
“Why won’t he waive his right to privacy so MSD can release all forms and correspondence relating to the affair? Only then will we receive answers to the very basic questions Peters has failed
Since Winston Peters himself won’t even front up to defend his failed 1950s’ economic policy, National needs to firmly rule out any chance he could hold the Finance portfolio in a future government, says ACT Leader David Seymour.
Winston Peters can’t seriously be trying to win the support of the business community, says ACT Leader David Seymour, who has suggested a debate on tax issues.
“Winston’s attempt to campaign on tax cuts is laughable. This is the man who cost taxpayers $5 billion, or $2,950 per household, last time he went into Government with National.
“As for cracking down on tax avoidance by foreign firms, it is just the usual New Zealand
“Winston Peters is exploiting New Zealanders’ grief,” says ACT Leader David Seymour.
“He lacked the restraint to wait a few hours for police and the Prime Minister to provide an official sequence of events before launching into accusations of a ‘cover up’ and a ‘mass crime scene’.