National’s wedge

Published on Author Dan Moskovitz1 Comment

National has taken the tough on crime approach to law and order, and are calling on NZ First to do the same.

And I think this shows just what an advantage National has when you have a three party government like this.

Being in opposition, National has no chance of passing tough on crime bills, but if NZ First backs their bill, then it will pass against the wishes of Labour and the Greens.

NZ First have often called for tough on crime policies, and so National have bombarded the member’s ballot with law and order bills, and NZ First has supported some, despite opposition from the Greens and Labour, creating something of a rift.

At the same time, National will also try and do the same thing where they have common ground with the Greens, like on environmental¬†issues, such as Nick Smith’s Kermadec Island sanctuary bill.¬†

And this advantage is something that National is absolutely exploiting, and they’re exploiting it very well.

 

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