Piri Wiri Tua Movement
Piri Wiri Tua Movement is a Māori political party in New Zealand and is based around the Ratana movement. The name "Piri Wiri Tua" was sometimes used by the religion's founder, Tahupotiki Wiremu Ratana, and means The Campaigner. A literal translation is Billy Bore Through or stick fast and bore to the other side.
One of the party's better known candidates was the entertainer Dalvanius Prime.
- "1999 Election: Summary of Overall Results". New Zealand Electoral Commission. Retrieved 2011-09-28.
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