Walker, Malcolm, 1950-: Party time... 27 April 2011

Walker, Malcolm, 1950-: Party time... 27 April 2011
In the first frame former National Party leader Don Brash sedately plays an accordian with a bucket beside him for donations and a sign that reads 'Getting my own ACT together; he is thinking 'I really need a monkey...' In the second frame former Maori Party MP Hone Harawira blasts out a song on a ukelele 'I had a band of men..' Beside him is a battered hat for collection and a sign reading 'New party to buy'. Context - Don Brash has replaced Rodney Hide as ACT leader after a bloodless coup and Hone Harawira has resigned from the Maori Party and started his own party which is to be called 'Mana'. Published in the Dominion Post Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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