It is important to keep up activities like this to keep the Act in the news. In the first two months of the year there has been a plethora of negative stories about the Act. And the Owen Glenn affair would have had far less potency if it were not for the hypocrisy of Labour and NZ First contrasting their rhetoric with the EFA with their actions.
And again on the hypocrisy, yesterday Bill English revealed that Labour has been breaking its own Act, by listing a work address instead of a home address on their campaign material. The Greens have also broken this aspect of the law with their “Date Green” t-shirts. I previously blogged on this issue of needing home address of financial agents for parties. Labour’s response to this problem was to scoff – and now it appears they are breaching it themselves.