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Scoop's FULL COVERAGE of AG Report & Reaction

Scoop's FULL COVERAGE of AG Report & Reaction

AG Reports: Speaker Clarifies, Recommends Reimbursement

Breaking News: Labour Has Stated It Intends To Repay Spending - Govt Proposes Validating Legisation

Speaker Margaret Wilson: Briefly, the Auditor-General found breaches in the allocation to seven of the eight parliamentary parties. His finding was based on an interpretation of what activities fell within the definition of “parliamentary purposes”. A legal opinion from Crown Law, which found that a “parliamentary purpose” is negated if one of the purposes of the communication is to invite support for party policies, supported his interpretation. This interpretation was not conveyed to the parties before the 2005 election. See... Speaker responds to Auditor-General
  • Controller and Auditor-General - Report Summary: Advertising expenditure in 2005 Election
  • Controller and Auditor-General - Report (PDF), Appendix: Advice of the Solicitor-General (PDF, 1.1 MB)
  • MORE:
  • Labour - Labour to refund funding
  • Labour - The big whip around
  • Labour - What did Don spend parliamentary money on?
  • NZ Govt - Validating legislation on election spending issue
  • NZ Govt - National left owing for election rort
  • National - Clark 'guilty as charged' on election spending
  • United Future - Dunne concerning election spending reports
  • NZ First - NZ First Will Pay When Convinced
  • Maori Party - Maori Party asks why another week is necessary?
  • Greens - Clear rules for spending needed
  • Greens - Greens committed to paying
  • Progressive Party - Anderton welcomes commitment to pay
  • Parents for Children - Dunne's Double Standard
  • Public Service Association - Politicians must respect A-G's independence
  • Libertarianz Party - Libertarianz Pledge Card Lawsuit
    Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: - Peters Responds To The A-G's Report
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