█ Key says he will lead a government that governs for all New Zealanders
Prime Minister John Key’s National Party has won a third term with an unprecedented govern-alone victory in the general election.
National won 48 percent of the party vote, giving it 62 seats in the 121-member parliament.
It’s the first time since MMP was introduced in 1996 that any party has held a majority without needing coalition partners.
█ Key: The issues that matter
Kim Choe (@kimchoe) tweeted at 10:56 PM on Sat, Sep 20, 2014:
Kim Dotcom blames himself: “I’m sorry to say this, but we lost because of me”. Read more: http://t.co/JHw6TkMNgG #decision14
Posted by Elizabeth Kerr
*Images: Jared Savage (@jaredsavageNZH) at Twitter [screenshot]; mediaworks.co.nz – (TV3) Decision 14 – Live Stream, John Campbell and John Key PM [screenshot]; Internet Party (@InternetPartyNZ) at Twitter [screenshot]