10 Feb 2020

Māori Party keen to work with Labour

From Checkpoint, 5:55 pm on 10 February 2020

The Labour Party isn't committing to any coalition partners ahead of this year's election, despite the Māori Party wanting the two to work together.

The Māori Party supported the previous National government for three terms on confidence and supply, but found itself turfed out of Parliament at the last election.

Now its President Che Wilson says it's listening to its supporters, who he says lean more towards Labour.

RNZ political reporter Charlie Dreaver has the story.