The Maori Party wants to know why the Prime Minister will apologise to Kim Dotcom but not to Tuhoe.
MP Te Ururoa Flavell says there's a double standard in John Key apologising for the GCSB's unlawful spying on the German businessman but not saying sorry to Tuhoe for the way they were treated during the Urewera raids.
He says the situations are similar with forces of the state getting carried away with their activities, exceeding their authority, and exaggerating the risks posed by their targets.
Mr Flavell's pleased Mr Key has apologised to Dotcom, but says he's disappointed he's not done the same to Tuhoe.
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