Greens co-leader Russel Norman says his member’s bill to restrict foreign land ownership is likely to be narrowly defeated
tonight by an ‘‘evil coalition’’.
The bill aims to retain New Zealand ownership and control of sensitive land and has the support of Labour, NZ First, the Maori Party and Mana.
However, Dr Norman said it was likely to be opposed by National, UnitedFuture and ACT.
‘‘The job of Parliament is to represent the will of the people and people don’t want land going into overseas ownership,’’ he said.
- The Dominion Post
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