Robertson expects surplus

Published on Author Dan Moskovitz1 Comment

Finance minister Grant Robertson has announced that the upcoming budget on May 17th will see a surplus. 

This is a very big win for Labour. Often, their biggest problem, and National’s biggest asset, is that there is a belief Labour cannot be trusted with the economy.

However, this looks like it has come at their election promise of the lowering of prices for GP visits, something they’ve received a lot of criticism for.

Whether that choice to cut the GP visits promise for a surplus was the right one, or a good one, remains to be seen.

One response to Robertson expects surplus

  1. Lowering prices for medical visits will certainly help the most needy and maybe that is why the most not-needy object because they feel they still don’t have enough. Is greed what this is about or is it jealousy? In any case it sounds like a good plan to me.

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