If to charge, who to charge?

Police are considering whether or not to lay charges against Labour for breaching the Electoral Act.

If they decide there’s a case to answer, they can’t charge the party it has to be an individual.

Who will that be?

The breach was made by not including an authorisation statement which is usually attributed to the party manager or secretary.

But it would be most unfair to charge a party employee for an omission which was almost certainly the fault, and responsibility, of the communications/campaign team.

Whoever was in charge, of the stop assets sales campaign ought to be the one to face charges should any be laid.



2 Responses to If to charge, who to charge?

  1. Inventory2 says:

    Trevor’s no stranger to the dock, so it’s either him or Phil.


  2. fredinthegrass says:

    You are more likely to get an admission of guilt from a rugby front row prop than the entire labour morass.


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