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Kua whakahaaweatia te hunga takataapui

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Kāhore tētahi Minita Pāremata ō mua e whakaae ana ki te marenatanga ō ngā takatāpui.

Hei tā te minita tāwhito ō United Future ā Gordon Copeland, mehemea ka whakaae tātou kia mārena ai te hunga takatāpui, he tohu kino tēra.

Kua puta mai ēnei kōrero i mua i te tukuna ō tēnei kaupapa ki mua i te kōmiti whiriwhiri ō Pāremata.

Hei tā Copeland ki te komiti nei, kāore ia e whakaae ki tēra pire.



Hei tā Ruth Dyson te tiamana ō te kōmiti whiriwhiri, he tino maninohea ngā kōrero ā Copeland.

Heoi anō, nā Louisa Wall ō Reipa i whakarite tēnei pire kia arō ki ngā mōtika ō te hunga takatāpui.

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