Māori Leaders Reject Traffic Lights System

Oct. 19, 2021, 1:38 p.m.

IMāori Leaders Reject Traffic Lights System

An alliance of Māori organisations and groups including the NZ Māori Council and Māori Women's Welfare League together opposed the new proposed Government traffic light system to replace the current Covid-19 Alert Level system for Aotearoa. Mike Smith has been part of the alliance who have reviewed the proposal and shares with us the reasons for opposition.

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