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Statement from Meka Whaitiri

Published: Fri 5 Oct 2018 01:13 PM
Meka Whaitiri
MP for Ikaroa-Rāwhiti
Statement from Meka Whaitiri
“I welcome the public release of the official investigation report and the associated information,” Meka Whaitiri said.
“At all times I have fully cooperated with the investigation.
“I have accepted the Prime Minister’s decision and I intend to work hard to regain her confidence.
“As noted I contested some of the allegations.
“However I am disappointed my behaviour led to a complaint. I am committed to my own development, including better managing employment relationships.
“I am focusing on working hard for the people of Ikaroa-Rāwhiti, as a member of Labour and Māori Caucus and contributing as a Member of Parliament.
“I will be making no further comment.”

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