Key has started making concessions in an effort to pass his GCSB bill to spy on Kiwis:
Key forced to change spying law
Under Mr Key’s original law, spying warrants would be issued by one commissioner. Mr Dunne wants a panel of three distinguished New Zealanders to decide, and Mr Key said he’s now willing to compromise. “I believe this idea has merit and I’ve agreed to Mr Dunne to take this proposal forward.”
Peter Dunne is reported to be unconvinced:
Peter Dunne says Govt concessions on GCSB bill are not enough to ensure his support
Bravo to Dunne. Token gestures from Key are not enough. The current legislation (and the intent of the Parliament that passed it) is perfectly clear – no spying on Kiwis – and there is no compelling reason to change it.