Piri Wiri Tua Movement
Piri Wiri Tua Movement is a Māori political party in New Zealand associated with 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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