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Race debate overshadows coalition’s first week

ANALYSIS: The Prime Minister thinks protests were unfair but is likely to face more disruption over Treaty issues.

Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has had to give ground to his coalition partners on Treaty of Waitangi issues.

Brent Edwards Thu, 07 Dec 2023

Prime Minister Christopher Luxon thinks it is a little unfair that Māori are already protesting about the Government’s policies on te reo Māori.

Luxon has asked for more time, saying his government will deliver better outcomes for Māori and non-Māori in health, education, the economy and on

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Race debate overshadows coalition’s first week
Edwards on Politics,
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