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NZ First expresses condolences over death of Jim Anderton

Published: Sun 7 Jan 2018 04:46 PM
Rt Hon Winston Peters
Media Statement
New Zealand First Leader
Deputy Prime Minister
7 January 2017
New Zealand First expresses condolences with the passing of Jim Anderton
New Zealand First Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has expressed his condolences with the passing of Jim Anderton.
“On behalf of New Zealand First I wish to acknowledge the contribution Jim Anderton has made to the country and his remarkable service as a parliamentarian,” said Mr Peters.
“Whatever you thought of his politics Jim stuck to his principles and what he believed in up to the end.”
“Our deepest condolences are extended to the Anderton family for their loss,” said Mr Peters.
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