Activism and Politics
Activism and Politics
New Zealand Re-Elects Incumbent, Snowden Sighs

John Key’s National Party won a landslide re-election in New Zealand, largely based on the solid economic performance his party has been able to deliver. The Greenwald/Snowden set, who hoped to gain a meaningful toe-hold in the elections, were soundly rebuked.

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