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Brendan Horan stood down from parliament

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Latest Political News | Tuesday November 27 2012 14:52

Brendan Horan stood down from parliament

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New Zealand First leader Winston Peters won't say if still has confidence in Brendan Horan.

The MP has been stood down from Parliament until he can disprove allegations by his brother than he misappropriated money from his late mother's bank account.

Mr Peters has revealed he's known about allegations of wrongdoing for two months.

Mr Peters had told Mr Horan to go away and present him with evidence that he didn't do what he's been accused of doing.

"This is a number one priority. We want to sort it out and we want to sort it out now...his number one priority is to sort this matter out.

Photo: NZ Herald

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