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New Zealand 'trusts' China on extradition

24 April 2022

4:00 AM

24 April 2022

4:00 AM

New Zealand’s Foreign Minister, under Ardern’s Labour government, has set another scary precedent in relation to China.

‘I don’t think the Foreign Minister has a clue what she is doing!’

This is a recent comment I heard from a fellow New Zealand citizen during a long-awaited post-pandemic trip home. Whilst these words were perhaps not suitable to be spoken in Parliament, they struck a chord, especially in the context of New Zealand’s latest venture to extradite Chinese citizens.

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