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Martin Doyle Cartoon: Doing Justice to the Election

Martin Doyle Cartoon: Doing Justice to the Election

Given the dirty politics that have been exposed in the highest echelons of the present government, the last line of defence for clean democracy would seem to be our actual electoral process. But even that appears to be compromised by having a tainted Minister in charge of the Electoral Commission.

Ref: http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/comment/editorials/10396591/Editorial-Key-must-press-Collins-on-leak


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