Veteran wants to wait until all ‘special votes’ have been counted before deciding whether to support National or Labour

The leader of the New Zealand First Party, who emerged as the kingmaker after an inconclusive weekend election, has said no decisions would be made on coalition partners until after the final tally of votes is released on 7 October.

“Special votes”, which includes ballots from overseas voters and those who vote outside their home constituencies, account for 15% of total votes.

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