Greens Need To Make Law, Not Break It
6 November, 2001
GREENS NEED TO MAKE
LAW, NOT BREAK IT: PETERS
"While Green MPs contemplate
lawbreaking we have a simple question for them," New Zealand
First Leader Winston Peters said.
"What sort of country
would this be if every time citizens disagreed with anything
lawful they felt that they could, freely and without
restraint, go out and break the law?
"This is not liberty
but licence," Mr. Peters said. "MPs are here to make laws,
not to break them!"
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