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10:07 am, May 10th, 2017 - 28 comments
Categories: accountability, Ethics, housing, national, useless - Tags: #IfItWasLabour, home ownership, nice for some, pecuniary interests, voting with their wallets
Just 10 MPs do not own a home, while some MPs own more than 10, according to the latest interests register.
Some of the biggest property-owning MPs include National Cabinet Minister and Selwyn MP Amy Adams, who declared eight properties including farm land, commercial property, an apartment and two residential properties.
National and Otaki MP Nathan Guy declared farm land, a family home, two rental properties and Thorndon house. He also has interests in 13 commercial properties.
Mt Roskill-based National list MP Parmjeet Parmar has declared seven properties including four residential rental properties, a family home, and commercial property.
Perhaps David Seymour gets something right for once – English will be so pleased –
Right winger in comments “Politics of envy!” “Splits in the coalition!” #IfItWasLabour
update – more here