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PM Presser, Audio/Video: Key Discusses Electorate Deals

Monday 28th July

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Post Cabinet Press Conferencewith Prime Minister John Key

At todays Post-Cabinet press conference: Prime Minister John Key focused on election coalition partnerships with specific regard to possibilities of partnerships with New Zealand First and The Conservative Party.

The Prime Minister mentioned that partnerships with Act, United Future and The Maori Party had been favourable in the past, but didn’t specify partnerships with NZ First or The Conservatives on this occasion.

He also expressed the need for clarity and disclosure of coalition partnerships prior to the September 20 election.

Discussion Points Included:

• Murray McCulley
• Gerry Brownlee
• Water quality of New Zealand rivers
• Fish and game controversy with Nick Smith
• Foreign Exchange market and the NZD
• Coalition with the Conservative Party

National announcement electorate intentions (Press Release)

National announces electorate intentions | Scoop News

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