亿万富翁格雷姆·哈特向右翼政党捐款70万纽币

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【澳纽网编译】在过去的两年里,亿万富翁格雷姆·哈特向政治派别右翼政党捐赠了70万纽币。

Hart是新西兰最富有的人,他亲自通过Rank Group Limited捐款,该公司他是董事和唯一股东。

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Rank Group由四家公司组成,包括Graham Packaging、Pactiv Evergreen、Reynolds Consumer Products和CarterHolt Harvey。它告诉RNZ,它对其对政党的捐赠不予置评。

总的来说,National从Hart和他的公司那里收到了40万纽币,ACT 20万纽币和NZ First 10万纽币。

这些捐款的最新情况在周末公布在选举委员会网站上。

根据法律,任何超过15,000纽币的捐款都必须公开。那些15000纽币以下的人没有。

过去,并非所有与哈特家族相关的捐款都超过了可申报限额。在RNZ后,哈特在新西兰优先党基金会的调查中受到了严重欺诈办公室的询问。

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新闻编辑室报道,在一名公共关系顾问精心安排了与Hart的女婿Duncan Hawkesby和新西兰优先党议员Clayton Mitchell的会议后,于2019年3月向该基金会提供了低于可申报限额的捐款。

公关顾问发来的一封主题为“re CGT”的电子邮件说,Mitchell对资本利得税的立场与Hawkesby’s一致。哈特在霍克斯比和米切尔之间短暂地参加了一次会议,与该家族有联系的不同公司捐赠了三笔14,995纽币。

2019年4月,当时的总理Jacinda Ardern确认不会引入资本利得税,称政府各方之间无法达成共识。

周末向NZ First公布的10万纽币捐款是Graeme Hart或Rank Group自丑闻以来首次向该党捐款超过可申报限额。

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该党未能达到在2020年选举中获得国会席位的5%门槛,但最近的一些民意调查显示,它可能会在2023年获得5%的政党选票。RNZ的民意调查显示,该党目前为4.5%。

NBR估计Hart的财富为120亿纽币。

在2022年加入新西兰商业名人堂的仪式上,哈特(Hart)表示他在16岁时离开了学校。他从父亲那里借了500纽币,再加上银行提供的2000纽币,开始了他的商业成功之路。

在活动中,他说今天的年轻人可以像他一样做得很好。“我有准备和风险的胃口,现在这真的很重要。你可以做我做过的事情。”

来源:RNZ

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