Labour Has Betrayed The Coast
“It is a total betrayal of the West Coast for Helen Clark to
announce that Labour will introduce retrospective
legislation to annul Timberlands beech contracts,” the New
Zealand First Leader, Rt Hon Winston Peters said
“Labour is talking of legislating against jobs,
against a fragile provincial economy, as well as breaching a
fundamental principle of the law of contract.
a betrayal of the West Coast Accord.
“The Labour party was
born on the Coast and it will die on the Coast,” concluded
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