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Debunking National's "One-person-one-vote" statements w Margaret Mutu 15 May, 2023

Debunking National's "One-person-one-vote" statements w Margaret Mutu 15 May, 2023

Debunking National's "One-person-one-vote" statements w Margaret Mutu 15 May, 2023 Debunking National's "One-person-one-vote" statements w Margaret Mutu 15 May, 2023, 25.21 MB
Monday, May 15, 2023

Last Wednesday National ruled out working with Te Paati Māori in any kind of coalition agreement.

National leader Christopher Luxon cited broad ideological differences, but some have raised concerns about his tweet where he implied Māori get more than one vote under MMP.

The final line of this tweet was “We believe New Zealand is one country with one standard of citizenship, meaning one person, one vote.”

In actual fact Māori do not get more votes than anyone else, Caeden looked into why this myth exists, where it came from, and the impacts it has on Māori.

They spoke to Māori Studies Professor and Te Rūnanga-ā-iwi o Ngāti Kahu chair Margaret Mutu.