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The Government will ban foreign donations to political parties and candidates

New Zealand Herald Monday, 2 December 2019 ()
The Government will ban foreign donations to political parties and candidatesThe Government has announced it will ban foreign donations to political parties and candidates in a bid to "protect New Zealand from foreign interference".Legislation will be introduced to Parliament this afternoon and passed under...
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