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Labour is calling on the Prime Minister to search his memory and confirm whether he did in fact make reference to Kim Dotcom during a visit to the agency on February 29th.
Labour is calling on the Prime Minister and the Government Communications Security Bureau to confirm whether an audio-visual recording exists of John Key addressing staff at the agency during a visit on February 29th.
“Labour understands such a recording may exist and that it may show John Key referring to Kim Dotcom when speaking to staff.
John Key will be disappointed if he thinks his Hollywood jaunt spells the end of the Dotcom debacle, says Labour Leader David Shearer.
John Key’s story that he knew nothing about his spy agency’s involvement in the Kim Dotcom case is unravelling with the revelation it told him about it months ago, something he conveniently forgot, says Labour Leader David Shearer.
John Key’s desperate attempt to shut down criticism of his handling of the Kim Dotcom spying fiasco with a behind-closed-doors review won’t satisfy the New Zealand public, says Labour Leader David Shearer.
The Government’s decision to start a second internal investigation into the GCSB’s actions, just days after the original was condemned as a whitewash is another cynical attempt to cover over serious concerns about the agency, says Labour Leader David Shearer.
Labour Leader David Shearer has today written to the Prime Minister formally requesting a wide-ranging and independent inquiry into the serious failures within our intelligence services and the Government’s management of them.
“New Zealanders’ confidence in the integrity and actions of our intelligence agencies has been severely dented by the Kim Dotcom affair.
The report into our spy agency’s unlawful snooping on Kim Dotcom and his associates is a whitewash because it ignores the complete failure of democratic oversight by Prime Minister John Key, says Labour Leader David Shearer.
John Key has sole democratic oversight of our spy agencies but his lax attitude towards that responsibility has been exposed by the debacle surrounding the unlawful snooping on Kim Dotcom, says Labour Leader David Shearer.
The incompetence of the top echelon of this Government has been exposed by John Key’s admission that his own deputy didn’t tell him he’d signed a ministerial certificate a month ago related to spies snooping on Dotcom, says Labour Leader David Shearer.