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Craig says Peters should Come Clean

Craig says Peters should Come Clean


Conservative Party Leader Colin Craig says "Winston Peters should come clean and declare where he is standing, who he will work with, and what his bottom lines are."

Mr Craig points out "the Conservative Party has made clear who it will support, where it's Leader is standing, and the Party's bottom line. Peters on the other hand," says Mr Craig, "is making vague suggestions about where he is standing, seems opposed to a National led government, and won't clarify his bottom lines. Voters deserve clarity so they may cast an informed vote, yet Peters is being deliberaterly slippery."

"We have been upfront and transparent. The Prime Minister has promised to do the same next week. Peters on the other hand is not being transparent and honest with New Zealand voters."

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