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STORY OF THE WEEK: The Race Debate (Continued...)

STORY OF THE WEEK FOR THE WEEK ENDING 25TH MARCH
The Race Debate (Continued...)

Winston Speaks On The Treaty - One of the most important electoral and constitutional changes in recent years in New Zealand was the introduction of Mixed Member Proportional representation. See... The Treaty & Trickery of Waitangi & Our Constitution

Wayne Mapp Wants Answers From Wilson- The time has come for Margaret Wilson to tell New Zealand what the Government has in store for the foreshore and seabed, says Dr Wayne Mapp, National's Spokesman for Treaty of Waitangi and Constitutional Issues. See... Time for answers on the foreshore and seabed

Brash's Latest Update On His One Law For All Campaign - The Government still appears intent on setting up some kind of Commission of Inquiry to provide advice on - well, we are not yet sure what it will be providing advice on. Possibly just what the Government should do with the seabed and foreshore, possibly what the Government should do with the Treaty of Waitangi, or possibly what the Government should do about our (unwritten) constitution more generally. See... The Brash-Report - No. 26, 24 March 2004

Rich Denies Involvement In 'Kick-A-Nigger' Month - National Party Social Services spokeswoman Katherine Rich is appalled that she has been accused of taking part in 'kick-a-nigger' month by the Northland Maori identity behind a new Maori television station. See... "Kick a nigger" comment unacceptable

Ken Shirley Solves The Seabed & Foreshore Dispute - ACT New Zealand Deputy Leader Ken Shirley today delivered the keynote address to the 6th Annual Public Law Forum, where he outlined a framework to solve the country's current foreshore and seabed impasse. See... ACT Has The Answer and Foreshore & Seabed, An Opposition View

No Right Turn: The Wherefores And Whys Of Treaty Clauses - Don Brash has talked about removing "Treaty clauses" from legislation, condemning them as both vague and an example of "Maori privilege". What are they and why are they necessary? See... No Right Turn: The Importance Of "Treaty Clauses"

Winston Seeks Holmes Debate With Dr Don - Rt Hon Winston Peters has offered to appear on TVNZ’s Holmes show with National leader Don Brash tonight to debate the major political issues facing New Zealand. See... Peters Challenges Brash To TV Debate and Brash Running Scared Says Peters

Inspite Of Poll Nats Still Don't Want Treaty Commission - National Party Leader Don Brash says the National Party is not prepared to put the future of New Zealand's race relations policy in the hands of a politically appointed tribunal. See... National backs action rather than another talkfest
MORE:
- United Future - Dunne welcomes public backing
- United Future - United Future and foreshore ownership
- ACT - Act's -The Letter 22 March 2004
- ACT - Poll Signals Labour's Demise

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