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Former worker claims taxes unpaid by business linked to Darleen Tana’s husband

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A former worker at the centre of allegations against ex-Green MP Darleen Tana’s husband’s e-bike company discovered his income taxes were unpaid, according to his lawyer.

The Greens announced Tana’s resignation from the party following an independent investigation into migrant exploitation claims. Despite the findings, Tana denies the extent of her involvement and remains in Parliament unless removed by the Green Party, which is considering its options. Employment lawyer Alex Kersjes, representing workers Nick Scott and Charles Simpson, told state media that Simpson’s taxes were unpaid, and Scott is owed over $30,000. Kersjes urged Tana and her husband to take responsibility and settle the debts.

Advocate Nathan Santesso told media his clients Santiago Latour Palma and another anonymous worker were solely interested in receiving their due wages and entitlements. While Tana asserts that the investigation did not uphold ‘natural justice’, the findings appear to align with the employees’ claims.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Just when I thought this couldn’t get any funnier.

    The NZ Green Party are possibly the world’s most incompetent crime syndicate.

  2. I’ve never actually met a ‘green voter’ as far as I know. I assume they must actually exist.

    I’d certainly be interested to know their average IQ score.

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