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Our mission is to foster the improvement of New Zealand's democratic system and encourage the use of direct democracy through the

Veto, Citizens' Initiated and Recall referendum.

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Friday, 28 August 2009

John Key; Key Notes on Youtube


The Prime Minister seems to pride himself as being close to the people and makes every effort to appear so by publishing

a regular and personal online chat, even talking about the recent referendum. This would seem to me to be a good place to get our message across that referendums should be binding. Click on this link click here to go to the webpage and make a few comments at the bottom of the page so John gets the real message.

CLICK ON THE TITLE OF THIS POST TO BE TAKEN TO OUR BLOG, TO POST YOUR COMMENT!

2 comments:

jeram said...

It is sad to see Mr. Key could not careless what the majority says in a democratic country. I blame the silent majority, nothing happens if one does not move ones behind. The fringe elements in this country gets things done because they are willing to move. Nothing will happen if one is not willing to sacrifice their time or energy.

Kiwi Riverman's Blogesphere said...

Well democracy will not be enhanced while these fascists from the National Party remain in power. There were 95,000 votes cast for NZ First in the last elections. They have come back into reckoning this week.

Those in the know - or is it no, claim John Key has a limited shelf life and will hand over to Bill ehglish who could not get elected as leader of the National Party sometime. Privatisation will continue in a second fascist term.

And of course Phil Goff is a concern to all real democrats:Is he capable of being elected as leader of the labour Party?

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