Early Election All About the Banks’ Case
Rt Hon Winston Peters
New Zealand First
5 JUNE 2014
Early Election All
About the Banks’ Case
The Prime Minister’s
decision to throw New Zealand into an early election was all
about the John Banks’ court case – John Key was scared
of today’s verdict, says New Zealand First.
hoodwinked New Zealand into believing he had sound reasons
for calling an early election, but in reality he was
manipulating democracy,” says New Zealand First Leader Rt
Hon Winston Peters.
“He was highly suspicious of the
outcome of the Banks’ trial and that Mr Banks would have
to step down if found guilty.
“He refused to read the
police report, or answer questions satisfactorily about it,
and this decision has found the Prime Minister out,” says
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