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16 Jun- He peeke Maori pea


He hui parakuihi i whakaturia e te Minita Maori hei whakaatu ki te iwi etahi o nga kaupapa kei te tirohia e te Uepu Ohanga hei hiki i te mana motuhake o te iwi. Ko tetahi o aua take ko te peeke Maori.

Hei ta Pita Sharples, Minita Maori, "Kei te maarama te Maori ki te Maori. Tena te painga o tetahi peeke Maori. Kia whakatungia tenei kia ahei ai nga hapu nga iwi ki te tuku, ki te tango putea mai taua peeke.

Bill English says, "Needs to be something that will stand on its own two feet and have the support of Maori business. Who would use it?"

Ko te ki a te nuinga i tae mai ki te parakuihi a te Minita Maori i te ata nei, kei te tautoko ratau i te whakaaro mo te whakatu peeke Maori hei tiaki i nga putea a te iwi mo wa ratau mahi pakihi mo nga tau e tu mai nei.

Hei ta Mark Solomon, o te Uepu Ohanga, "We need to have a look at if not a bank a development fund for Maori for investment in infrastructure."

Hei ta Ngahiwi Tomoana, o te Uepu Ohanga, "Ma te wa na te mea ka kohikohi nga putea o tena iwi, o tena iwi, o tena iwi, mena e whakapakari tenei putea ka ahei tatau ki te whakakotahi i runga i te Maori Bank."

E ai ki ta June McCabe, o te Uepu Ohanga, kua tae ki te wa me anga whakamua te iwi. "I'm trying to create an infrastructure, an idea. The benefit of ppoling our resources will be far be greater.

Ko te peke Maori tetahi kaupapa kei te kawea e te Uepu Ohanga ki nga hapori Maori huri noa.


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