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Don Brash attacks 'preferential treatment' for Maori in RMA reforms | Stuff.co.nz

7.4.16

Don Brash attacks 'preferential treatment' for Maori in RMA reforms | Stuff.co.nz: The proposed legislation would vastly extend the preferential treatment already offered to Maori in the RMA process through the iwi agreements, Brash said.

"This is surely a recipe for further delay, for corruption, and for anger on behalf of the rest of the community...

"It is incomprehensible to me how a National Party-led government could propose a bill which violates the very principle of democratic governance."

Brash said Peters, who has attacked the Government's compromise with the Maori Party and made overtures to back separate RMA reforms, offered a "vastly better alternative".


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