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If I was Prime Minister I'd...

Last updated 16:51 09/04/2013
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New Zealanders will go to the polls again next year to vote on how we want our country to face the next three years.

Recent polls show the main parties will be fighting for pole position in the house, and battling to see who can form a Government. 

With so much debate over who should be running our country, we want to know: What would you do if you were the Prime Minister? 

Tell us - in no less than 200 words - what your long-term vision for Aotearoa is and what you think our priorities should be. What policies would you introduce and which would you ditch in your first week and why? 

Show us your leadership plan by hitting the big green 'contribute' button.

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