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Young New Zealanders Have Voice in Labour


Young New Zealanders Have Voice in Labour

"Young Labour welcomes the entry of Moana Mackey MP to Parliament as evidence of Labour's commitment to young people", says Michael Wood, President of Young Labour.

"We know Moana as a former President of Young Labour who played a real part in establishing our credibility as a political option for young people in the period before Labour came to office in 1999", continues Wood.

"During that time, and subsequently, she has established herself as an outstanding candidate for public office. She is smart, hard-working, principled, and knows how to relate to people. We are sure she will make a huge contribution to Parliament in years to come."

"Moana at 29 years old adds to a strong contingent of young people in the Labour caucus. While other Parties bring in a monotonous herd of middle aged corporate lawyers, Labour's commitment to representing New Zealanders from all walks of life is self evident."

"Big ups Moana, go hard!" he concludes.


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