Free Speech Means Freedom to Communicate in Any Language — The BFD

Stuart SmithMP for KaikouraSpokesperson for Climate Change, EQC and Viticulture InformationOpinion Last week I wrote about the significance of Te Reo as a language in New Zealand. There is also no doubt that Maori culture should be valued and cherished in New Zealand. But it should come down to personal choice, we cannot have the…

Free Speech Means Freedom to Communicate in Any Language — The BFD

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