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Questions that Helen Clark hasn't answered in 2001

Questions that Helen Clark hasn't answered this year

*Why did you stop Singapore Airlines investing hundreds of millions of dollars into Air NZ earlier this year, BEFORE the company ran into problems?

*Was the Electoral Amendment (gag the media) Bill your idea?

*What does Tariana Turia have to do to get fired?

*What, if anything, have you done towards advancing the Knowledge Wave conference proposals? Or was the whole thing just spin?

*Do you approve of the way Steve Maharey and Mark Prebble behaved around Christine Rankin?

*Why are you refusing to give the public a say with a referendum on MMP and reducing the number of MPs?

*What have you done for the 92% of New Zealanders who voted for tougher penalties for violent criminals?

*Do you still think New Zealand lives in a "benign strategic environment" after September 11?

*Does the Closing Gaps policy still exist - if so how much money is being spent, where is it going, and will it achieve anything?

*Can you name one thing Judith Tizard has achieved this year?

*Was it your idea to try and keep your defamation payout to John Yelash secret?

*Did Ross Armstrong really have the permission of the NZ Post Board when he tried to sue Richard Prebble, or is there a cover-up going on?

ENDS

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