February 6th, in New Zealand, is Waitangi Day; the anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi with the Maori people. Many New Zealanders have suggested renaming Waitangi
Day to New Zealand Day, so that the celebration
can be shared by all residents of the country. However, Prime Minister John Key is not is support of the motion. United Future leader Peter Dunne argues that intimidating behaviour and the demanding of koha, or a monetary gift, has made Waitangi Day celebrations uncomfortable for most. In response, Key argued that there is a positive festical atmosphere at the event and there is no reason why http://iphonespyapponline.com/ all New Zealanders cannot enjoy it.