What else have the Nats got to hide?

Written By: - Date published: 11:43 am, September 6th, 2007 - 1 comment
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skeleton-in-closet.jpgThe Herald ran an article yesterday detailing the Nat’s refusal to support legislation that would strengthen the Auditor-General’s powers to investigate MP’s lists of assets and interests.

Cosgrove and Cullen both point out that this is a last minute u-turn, the Nats having supported the ammendment up until this final stage. This certainly shows their moral posturing over the Electoral Finance Bill for what it is.

I wonder what came to light in the interim to cause the abrupt about face though…

One comment on “What else have the Nats got to hide?”

  1. Robinson 1

    That dude with his hand on the door handle looks like Wayne Mapp…

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