Labour leader David Cunliffe isn’t ruling out going into coalition with the Internet Mana Party:
Deal or no deal? That’s a question Labour Party leader David Cunliffe is facing.
He’s trying to have it both ways with Internet Mana, leaving the door open to working with them in government, but not to the cabinet table. . .
Rousing the party faithful, Labour has one goal in mind – to change the Government. That means hello Internet Mana and its cash-cow, Kim Dotcom.
“After the election we will work with whomever we need to work with to change the Government,” says Mr Cunliffe. “We will have our door and phone line open to whoever wants to change the Government.”
It’s a political dead rat Labour may have to swallow. Some are fighting against, wanting to rule out working with Internet Mana in government.