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Mr Glenn And Mr Peters Latest Recollections Of 05

Published: Thu 4 Sep 2008 01:23 PM
Mr Glenn And Mr Peters' Latest Recollections Of 2005 (as of early Sep 2008)
Accusations that Minister of Foreign Affairs Winston Peters solicited a donation from wealthy expatriate businessman Owen Glenn and failed to declare it to parliament's 'register of pecuniary interests' have led to Mr Peters being hauled before parliament's privileges committee. In the latest round of this saga both Mr Glenn and Mr Peters' evidence of whether or not a donation was solicited by Mr Peters personally seem at odds.
When questioned in Parliament about this conflict of evidence by National's John Key the Prime Minister told Mr Key that in her opinion "both [Mr Peters And Mr Glenn] were honourable gentlemen and there may well be some innocent explanation."Previous letters - Glenn Drops Letter Bombshell On Peters + ImagesScoop Full Coverage - Scoop Full Coverage: The Peters Proceedings
Mr Owen Glenn's recollection of events


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Mr Peters' recollection of events purveyed via Mr Peters' lawyer Peter Williams QC
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