Voting has always been tactical and cross party collaboration and coalitions are a good part of MMP. If its up front like it is in Ohariu I see no issue. At the end of voting day the residents of that electorate will decide if they will continue with Mr Dunne or not. I don't fully agree with him however he is not past his "use by date" at 62. I am not in the Ohariu electorate so the outcome is not my issue.
My italics. That is the whole point, Mike. Dunne represents almost no-one in New Zealand.
You are actually wrong here, there are enough voters that believe he does represent them.
Your views in like threads boarder on dictatorship, because you can't see the value of a politician or council member they should be ousted.
At the end of they day democracy works on the amount of votes not a few peoples opinion of the politician.