Monday, December 03, 2007

In the dock

Mallard goes where all MPs should be: in the dock.

Story here. [Pic courtesy Kiwiblog]

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4 Comments:

Blogger Rebel Radius said...

"I just say that with something like this, I think everyone in public life – whether they are media personalities or a politician or whoever – we're all vulnerable to someone deciding they will try a private prosecution and I think that is an issue of some concern,"

Is this implying that she who must be obeyed, thinks that politicians should not be accountable in the courts?

Has Helen been watching how Mugabe and company are immune from their courts?

12/03/2007 02:59:00 pm  
Anonymous Sus said...

"The Duck in the Dock".

Sounds like a children's book.

12/03/2007 04:04:00 pm  
Blogger KG said...

RR, I put a comment about that over in No Minister.
It sure sounds ominous.
Hypothetical--if Clark refused to hold an election and declared herself El Presidente for life on NZ, exactly what could anybody do about it?

12/03/2007 09:09:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

kg, knowing the average New-Zealander, not much.

12/04/2007 08:17:00 am  

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