Friday, March 25, 2016

Is there still a new flag in NZ's future?


Labour Party leader Andrew Little said the referendum "split the country and achieved nothing", but he said he would not rule out having another similar debate in the future.

"At the end of the reign of the current monarch I think will be a good time to debate our constitutional arrangements," he said.

"Do we still want our head of state living in London or do we want to do something else and stand on our own two feet? And if we want to do that - then let's have a flag that represents that."

http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/299864/is-there-still-a-new-flag-in-nz's-future

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