My Beliefs

 

In my maiden speech at Parliament on 7th December 2004, I said:

“I believe hardworking men and women deserve to pay less tax. I am committed to making a difference to the lives of every New Zealander - standing up for those who work hard everyday to contribute to our country. Yet increasingly they are rewarded with less.”

Individual Freedom, Personal Choice & Responsibility, Economic Liberalism, Equal Rights and Opportunities, these are my personal beliefs.

I stood firm in my beliefs of Free Market in late 80’s when this country was under going economic reform lead by Sir Roger Douglas and Hon Richard Prebble. I advocated the ACT principles and policies ever since ACT was formed in the early 1990’s. I have voted for ACT New Zealand Party in every election since MMP and I lead the ACT Asian Chapter’s election campaigns in 2002 and 2005.

The time I spent in Parliament between 2004 and 2005 was my “Tour of Duty” as an MP. I was there to serve our people and to make my contribution for a better New Zealand. There is much yet to be done.

“One Law for All”, “Reward Hard Working New Zealanders”, “Zero Tolerance for Crime” - these ACT messages won the hearts of hundred of thousands of people, including myself, in the past elections. Today, they are still my motivation to stand for ACT.

Kenneth Wang