Have a Kitkat David, There’s a Long Way to Go Yet
Have a Kitkat David, There’s a Long Way to Go
Internet Mana Leader, Hone Harawira
“Internet MANA is not ruling out the
possibility of a entering into coalition with Labour after
the election”, said Internet MANA leader Hone Harawira
with tongue firmly in cheek, after Labour leader David
Cuniliffe said it was ‘highly unlikely’ that either he
or Laila Harre would be offered ministerial portfolios if a
Labour-led government was elected in September.
“Internet MANA is too busy building on recent positive
poll results to worry about what might happen after the
election” said Harawira.
“Perhaps Labour should
focus on doing the same”
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