NZ First coalition talks reignite MMP debate
Long-drawn-out coalition talks have once again ignited the debate about the MMP system, and whether or not it should be scrapped. It's been more than two weeks since New Zealanders went to the polls, but until NZ First leader Winston Peters decides who to side with, there is still no government. People supporting the MMP system say it gives more people a voice. But some people think it's not right a minor party can hold all the cards. We're joined by anti-MMP campaigner, Jordan Williams, and pro-MMP campaigner, Bruce Tulloch.