New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key Thrown Out Of Parliament Over Panama Leaks Debate


Washington: New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has faced an embarrassing situation and kicked off the parliament house by Speaker for neglecting his orders over the debate of Panama Paper Scandal.


38th Prime Minister of New Zealand John Key thrown out from the parliament house by the speaker over panama paper debate when speaker orders him to leave after he kept talking in a robust exchange of the panama scandal, before being left from the debating chamber speaker turn off his microphone and asked him to sit on his reservation.

Since he becomes the Prime Minister of New Zealand, it has been happened first time when speaker of the debating chamber ordered him to leave the parliament house, although under the reports of NZ Herald, he reportedly kicked off from parliament house by speaker three times when he was an Opposition MP. His ejection from parliament house is more shameful as Prime Minster and showed that he lost his control.

Green co-leader James Shaw had demanded apologize from Mr. Prime Minister for his claim that Amnesty and Greenpeace were implicated in the Panama Paper leaks, Green co-leader James Shaw said to Prime Minister John Key had lost control when the debate about charities.

“It’s pretty shameful when the Prime Minister gets kicked out. The one person who we do need to know keeps his cool in Parliament is the Prime Minister. He lost it. He’s on the back foot on this issue, so his point of attack now is to distract, throw various dead cats on the table so you start talking about that and when that doesn’t work, start demeaning people.”

Mr. Prime Minister has no idea how bad is this behavior in front of public, last time Prime Minister ejected by Helen Clark in June 2015.