NZ’s ruling National Party takes most votes in election stalemate, dashing hopes of radical ETS reform

Published 20:10 on September 23, 2017  /  Last updated at 09:56 on September 25, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, New Zealand  /  No Comments

New Zealand’s parliamentary election ended in stalemate on Saturday, with the ruling National Party taking 46% of votes to top Labour and kill their plan to radically reform the country’s carbon market.

New Zealand’s parliamentary election ended in stalemate on Saturday, with the ruling National Party taking 46% of votes to top Labour and kill their plan to radically reform the country’s carbon market.

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