Deconstructing the results of the NZ election – (a NZ commentary)

An elected dictatorship in New Zealand

New Zealand had an election in the weekend with predictable results, determined in my mind by fear, delusion and a hope for deliverance from a pandemic that has had minimal impact apart from destroying an economy that was already in deep trouble. I discuss the huge government debt and other issues which, taken together, indicate that New Zealanders are in for hard times ahead.
For the first time since New Zealand introduced proportionalrepresentation we have a situation (for the first time since the mid-1990’s where a party can rule on its own – effectively, an elected dictatorship.

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    On Sat, 24 Oct 2020 at 11:09 AM, Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch wrote:

    > Pam Vernon posted: ” An elected dictatorship in New Zealand New Zealand > had an election in the weekend with predictable results, determined in my > mind by fear, delusion and a hope for deliverance from a pandemic that has > had minimal impact apart from destroying an economy” >

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