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A New Zealand Māori activist and parliamentarian. The founder and leader of the Mana Party.
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ENG: Hone Pani Tamati Waka Nene Harawira is a New Zealand Māori activist and parliamentarian. He was elected to the Parliament of New Zealand for the Māori electorate of Te Tai Tokerau in the 2005 general election as the Māori Party candidate. His resignation caused the Te Tai Tokerau by-election, held on 25 June 2011, which he won with a majority of 1117. As Leader of the Mana Party and Member of Parliament for Te Tai Tokerau, he sits on the front bench in the New Zealand House of Representatives. Political activity His mother is a prominent Māori activist and Harawira himself played a role in Treaty of Waitangi issues, Māori language revitalisation, land occupations, and Māori broadcasting. Harawira's family continue to engage in activism, with his nephews Wikatana Popata ...
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Mana Party leader Hone Harawira has been convicted of failing to comply with a police instruction, following a three-day hearing over an incident during an Auckland protest. The Te Tai Tokerau MP was fined $500 in Auckland District Court on Thursday, after representing himself for the duration of the trial. Harawira was defending one Land Transport Act charge of failing to comply with an instruction to move his car at the protest against the removal of a state house in Glen Innes in October last year. Harawira took the witness stand as part of his defence case, after calling ...


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