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Kim Dotcom party forms alliance to contest NZ election

27
May
2014

The New Zealand political party founded by alleged copyright pirate Kim Dotcom has formed an alliance with another small party in a bid to win a seat in the countrys general election in September. Dotcoms Internet Party and the leftist, indigenous Mana Party, which already has a member in the countrys parliament, will form a new party – Internet Mana – and put up a combined list of candidates in the election. Dotcom, also known as Kim Schmitz, was said to have brokered deal but will not hold any position in the Internet Party. He has the right to vote in New Zealand but cannot stand for election until he becomes a citizen.

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