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  •   Home > News > Maori

    A King's Council who complained about tikanga Maori being made compulsory in law studies, is hopeful a Government committee listens to his concerns

    A King's Council who complained about tikanga Maori being made compulsory in law studies, is hopeful a Government committee listens to his concerns


    But Gary Judd KC says the new requirement is "symptomatic of a dangerous trend".

    Judd says he hopes the Government's Regulations Review Committee doesn't bin his complaint.

    He thinks many people will agree with his concerns - and one of them is Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

    He calls tikanga, cultural indoctrination.

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