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#Pōti17 #MĀTAKI #SHARE #WATCH Kia ora e te whānau, Tune into today's special episode of Te Karere as our reporters join Scotty in the studio to give their final analysis of the Māori electorates. TVNZ 1 @ 3:55 pm #TurouHawaiki
MĀTAKi MAI: Ānei te hononga pāho ā-matawā mo te whakataetae Ngā Manu Kōrero ā-motu ki Taranaki 2017. Ko te whakataetae mo ngā teina e haere ake nei ki Te Rāwhiti Ihaka me Tā Turi Carroll.
How do you think Māori will fare under Bill English's watch as Prime Minister? Here's what the National Party Leader had to say in today's Pōti 17 Series. "A relationship of respect - not agreement. So they've been able to achieve an awful lot with quite complex areas (such as) Māori language strategy, the big discussion about Te Ture Whenua, speeding up of the Treaty process, the Māori housing network, the various packages for addressing low incomes - particularly the family incomes package in this last budget, so yeah a lot of pressure, a lot of influence and a fair bit of disagreement.” – Bill English, New Zealand National Party #nzpol #Pōti17
How do you think Māori will fare under Jacinder Adern's watch as Prime Minister? The New Zealand Labour Party Leader Jacinda Ardern opened up about her biggest regret growing up and what her aspirations are for Māori in today's Pōti17 instalment. #nzpol #Pōti17
For two Dunedin-raised Māori speaking boys, Ngā Manu Kōrero has given them them the opportunity to revisit their Aotea roots as they compete to take out the Senior Māori Pei Te Hurinui Jones section and the Junior Māori Rāwhiti Ihaka section.
“National's done a very good job of increasing uncertainty around Labour’s policy particularly tax for people who are time poor and dipping into the news has created uncertainty.” – Maria Bargh, political commentator #nzpol #Pōti17
While it seems as though the Māori Party are split over the controversial euthanasia drug, Te Ururoa Flavell MP maintains his party will allow their members to make a conscience vote on the issue. “Kei te whai tonu mātou i tērā āhuatanga, ka waiho mā tēnā mā tēnā tōna ake pōti e tuku.” – Te Ururoa Flavell, Māori Party #nzpol
Even after nine years in government with the Māori Party, the New Zealand National Party still sees the value of having them by its side. National leader Bill English told Te Karere that although the Māori Party have been very influential in government policies and have brought gains for Māori, they often don’t get the acknowledgement they deserve. Our political reporter Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere also spoke to Mr English about the acceleration of Treaty settlements under National and about their plans to build more homes. Mātakitaki mai: https://youtu.be/2-vLxUw77ag