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3:15 pm, May 5th, 2008 - 123 comments
Categories: interview, john key, national - Tags: broadband, Electoral Finance Act, Emissions Trading Scheme, Interview the Leaders, john key, maori party, Peter Dunne
The Maori Party has asked for an extension on the replies for Tariana Turia and we’re happy to oblige. In the meantime, here are the questions to United Future’s Peter Dunne that we chose from your suggestions.
The general question remains:
Of which of your achievements in politics are you most proud?
For the two other questions we’ve gone with Sam Dixon’s:
You regularly call for cross-party concensus on issues, the latest being the Electoral Finance Act, broadband, and the Emissions Trading Scheme. Isn’t democracy about parties presenting different policy choices and the people having the chance to decide which they prefer?
and Ted’s question (re-worded by Peak Oil Conspiracy):
Which MP from a party other than your own do you find your views most closely align with; and why?
While we haven’t been able to cover everything you asked we have emailed Dunne a link to the questions post so he can have a look at your issues. We’re expecting to post his answers on Monday May 12.
In the meantime, our next leader is National’s John Key. You can place your questions for him in the comments section of this post. Reminder: tough but fair.