Mana leader sought
|05 Sep 2014 13:00 PM|
Labour's Te Tai Tokerau candidate Kelvin Davis say constituents are asking why their MP is missing in action.
He says the wheels seem to be falling off the Internet Mana alliance
Mr Davis says Internet Party leader Laila Harre fronting in the minor leader's debate instead of Mr Harawira has been matched by no-shows in the north.
"I tell you who is fronting up in Northland and Tai Tokerau for the Mana Party, it's this Englishman who is part of the Internet Party and I'm thinking why is he here speaking, representing Mana's views when he's an Englishman living up north, a nice guy but we're not hearing and seeing who is actually leading the Mana Party. They're just missing in action, the wheels are falling off," he says.
Mr Davis say the policies coming out of Internet Mana are contradictory, such as decriminalisation of cannabis which Mana leader Hone Harawira has always opposed.
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