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  •   Home > News > Maori

    The Maori Party have announced their new national executive team

    The Maori Party have announced their new national executive team


    Che Wilson returns for a second term as president but adds two new co-vice president's to the team, John Tamihere and Fallyn Flavell.

    Tamihere stood for the Tamaki Makaurau seat in the 2020 election and Flavell was on the party list for the last two elections and was chair of the winning Waiariki electorate.

    The out going co-vice presidents are Kaapua Smith and Rangi McLean.

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