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New Zealand's Prime Minister faces questions over spy chief

New Zealand's Prime Minister faces questions over spy chief

Updated 4 April 2013, 10:50 AEST

The New Zealand Prime Minister, John Key, is facing criticism after it was revealed he had a part to play in the appointment of a friend to country's top spy job.

All eyes have been on the spy chief, Ian Fletcher, and his agency after damaging revelations surfaced over the organisation's handling of the Kim Dotcom case.

Presenter: Campbell Cooney

Speaker: ABC New Zealand Correspondent, Dominique Schwartz

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Campbell joined the ABC in 1997 and has been reporting as Radio Australia’s Pacific Correspondent since 2006.

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