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For the last three years Rawiri Waititi has been a relentless force in parliament advocating for Māori.
He won back Te Waiariki for Te Pati Māori in 2020, becoming co-leader of the party upon entering parliament and has built a strong profile with his colourful korero in the house.
He was born in Opotiki and moved to Tāmaki Makaurau, for his secondary schooling staying with his aunty, Dame June Mariu. Coincidentally he went to Rutherford at the same time as former National Party leader Simon Bridges.
Rawiri Waititi joined us for Six and a Song - The Election Edition.
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