New Christian Party formed in New Zealand

AUCKLAND NZ (ANS)—The announcement of a new Christian political party last week has added confusion to the already fraught New Zealand Christian political scene.

After failed attempts to form a united Christian based political vehicle last month, former Destiny NZ party leader, Richard Lewis has announced he will now be heading the newly established Family Party.

The party, which will be a Christian party, plans to contest Labour’s traditional electoral South Auckland strongholds of Mangere and Manukau.

Independent MP, Gordon Copeland who refused to co-lead a united party with Mr Lewis, now plans to continue with Future NZ, a party based on Christian Judeo ethics.

These latest developments must now leave many Christian voters wondering about their options in next year’s elections.

But Mr Copeland said he thought there was room for the two Christian based parties, although in some ways it would have been ideal to have a united Christian based one. . .

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