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Coalition Talks Likely to Continue Over Weekend, Luxon States

Coalition Talks Likely to Continue Over Weekend, Luxon States

National leader Christopher Luxon anticipates that coalition negotiations will extend into the weekend, emphasizing the importance of building a soli

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National leader Christopher Luxon anticipates that coalition negotiations will extend into the weekend, emphasizing the importance of building a solid foundation for a lasting agreement. Luxon stated that meetings with ACT and New Zealand First are scheduled for the afternoon, and discussions involve going through each party’s manifesto in detail. Luxon refrained from confirming the possibility of ACT’s proposed Treaty of Waitangi principles referendum, highlighting the need for alignment on goals for a successful agreement. The negotiation team expects to remain in Auckland until discussions progress further.

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