Rodney Hide Wednesday, 26
April 2006 Press Releases - Other
ACT Leader Rodney
Hide said today that the Companies Office failure to
prosecute David Parker was a disgrace, and that business
laws now mean nothing in New Zealand if you're a Minister in
Helen Clark's Government.
"David Parker has already
admitted that he did wrong, and that he knew it was wrong -
even as he did it", Mr Hide said.
"The Companies Office,
after that admission, has come up with an excuse that there
was some confusion. There was no confusion.
knew that it was wrong, but for several years in a row, he
signed the returns anyway.
"Once again, we see that Helen
Clark and her Ministers put themselves above the very laws
they expect every other New Zealander to follow", Mr Hide
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