The Maori Party may end up with no parliamentary leader at all.
Following debate earlier this year over the current leadership and potential succession plans, the Party's looking at a model that would see its three MPs take leadership in areas of their respective strengths.
Co-leader Tariana Turia says it wouldn't be a three way co-leadership and maintains it's the people that lead the Party.
"The people determine how things should happen and we're here to facilitate that."
Ms Turia says from a western political perspective it could mean the Party would have no leader in Parliament.
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