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Judith Collins may be gone but New Zealand’s search for a credible and viable opposition is far from over

By Richard Shaw, Professor of Politics, Massey University
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Representative democracies require functional governments but they also need strong oppositions. At the moment, New Zealand has one of these things but not the other.The Conversation

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