2008 New Zealand General Elections

This November, New Zealanders shall choose a new set of members of parliament to form their new government.  For nine years, the New Zealand Labour Party has been in power with Helen Clark, it’s leader as the Prime Minister.

According to published reports at all New Zealand news outlets, it seems that Labour’s archrival, the National Party is leading the opinions surveys with at least a 10 point lead over Clark’s party.

I’m not a political expert but I support the Labour Party because I am partial to center-left ideology.  I simply don’t trust the National Party and its leaders, John Key, current leader, Don Brash, former leader and Bill English, current deputy leader.

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