National leader Judith Collins says her party’s new campaign, Demand The Debate, argues that Kiwis are “excluded from key Labor government decisions”.
Judith Collins. Source: Getty
Collins said thousands of New Zealanders have contacted her because they have no say in the decisions that shape the country’s future.
“The government’s parliamentary majority is not a mandate for Labor to promote their ideological wish list,” she said.
“From the car tax, the cancellation of promised infrastructure projects, the $785 million Auckland bicycle bridge, hasty changes to the law to supply Māori wards, to the hastily announced ban on oil and gas exploration.
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The national leader has launched a campaign calling on Kiwis to speak up about government decisions. Source: 1 NEWS
“New Zealanders are starting to feel left out… they are kept in the dark and their questions go unanswered by the Ardern government.”
A series of billboards promoting the campaign have been lined up across the country today, highlighting their demand for change.