I am against re-entry, but the coalition made a massive deal about the fact they would go back in and now it would seem on the face of it, they are hedging their bets at best.
Seems they got into power based on many lies and deceits.
Did they Govt Guarantee that they will definitely go in? 100%. No questions asked? Its a done deal? if so, you are correct
"I think one of the problems has been that they haven't felt there's been contestable advice, that there's been enough transparency," she said.
"We've said that we certainly hope and believe from the evidence that we've seen that it's possible, and that's our starting point. but if we find information that seems robust, and is robust to both us and them then we'll work through that together."
Seems pretty sensible to me. I have no issue that National did not make it happen, no one knows whether its safe or not
You are taking something said pre-election, with something said today. My issue is what Labour, NZF and Greens said BEFORE the election, to get votes.
IF they had said during the election, that they were open to investigating the issue and assessing the risk, and they might consider going in, then you could understand it, but what I heard, and certainly from my perspective, what the families expected from what they said, was they had seen enough evidence to support re-entry.