The National Party says the Reserve Bank's plan to pour $28 billion into the financial system needs to be rethought.
The Opposition finance spokesperson, Andrew Bayly, has argued that the money will likely add fire to an already screaming hot property market and ultimately the winners will be property investors.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says that the government is bound by convention not to meddle in the affairs of the bank. National's leader
Judith Collins speaks to Corin Dann.