Rt Hon Winston Peters has confirmed that he met Kim Dotcom three times in the last two years and has asked the Prime Minister to explain how he knew about the meetings.
Updates filtered by: GCSB
Rt Hon Winston Peters says the Privileges Committee report on the Henry Inquiry again points the finger at Peter Dunne for leaking the Kitteridge report into the Government Communication Security Bureau.
The Government is all over the place with this legislation. Initially it was interested in collaboration on it and we in New Zealand First would have been willing to play a constructive part, and then the Government bought Peter Dunne’s vote.
Auckland Town Hall
Monday 19 August, 7pm
The issue we face is not whether we have security agencies or not. New Zealanders are realists. We live in an imperfect, often evil world.
New Zealand First has put forward amendments to the Government Communications Security Bureau legislation to create an independent panel to oversee the GCSB’s information gathering activities.
Every Government must ensure the safety and security of its people—that is basic. But a democratic Government must also ensure that the principles of democracy, the right to privacy and the freedom of speech, are also protected.
Speech: POLS 111 class,
Venue: Victoria University, Wellington
Monday 5 August 2013, 10am
“Why Politics Matters”
Good morning and thank you for the invitation to speak to your class.
Rt. Hon. Winston Peters is calling on the Prime Minister and David Henry to explain serious contradictions in both of their past statements on the GCSB leak inquiry.
Rt Hon Winston Peters says the Police decision on a complaint laid over the leak of sensitive material from the Government Communications Security Bureau was made before all the evidence was reviewed.
New Zealand First has called on the Prime Minister to explain why David Henry stopped investigating the leak of the Kitteridge report into the Government Communications Security Bureau.
Rt Hon Winston Peters has called for the Prime Minister to explain the exact circumstances of Peter Dunne’s departure from Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee.
Rt Hon Winston Peters has called on the Prime Minister to give officials the powers to seize the electronic records of communication between former Revenue Minister Peter Dunne and a Fairfax journalist.