National says 'Demand the Debate' is about including Kiwis in decisions about constitutional arrangements.
"We are also saying to people it is okay to actually question."
Tears and raw emotion have been laid bare in Parliament.
The Māori Party co-leader thinks Aotearoa could be the "best nation in the world" - but not necessarily as a democracy.
"Those who have enjoyed the benefits of a permit can't avoid the responsibility of cleaning up after themselves."
"It was pretty pathetic that two little MPs in Te Pāti Māori had to do that."
Coster told Newshub he "absolutely" heard their concerns about the rise of anti-Māori rhetoric online.
The co-leaders were hoping to address white supremacism and racism.
Labour's Kelvin Davis says Paul Goldsmith is a "living, breathing example of why we need to teach New Zealand history in schools".
National's Paul Goldsmith told Newshub Nation this week colonisation was a good thing for Māori "on balance".
Students who learn in te reo Māori have better results than the rest of the country.
A 44-year-old man has been charged with Making an Objectionable Publication.
"Finally we have a conversation about white supremacy and racism happening in this country."
Co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer said she was "more than disappointed".
"That's really concerned us... that they will not give the same degree of support to the models that have been working."
"We recognise you as tangata Ti Tiriti, and we stand in solidarity to free Palestine."
The Greens have the Māori Party's support but not National or ACT.
Judith Collins isn't so sure, and some of her MPs aren't sure she'll survive to see the next election anyway.
"That sends a message to us in the political system that we should be looking at the way our regime works."
ACT MP Nicole McKee said the Māori Party did not represent her.
It was a day filled with protest at Parliament.
"I'm the leader of the Opposition. I'm not going to have my head petted and be told to sit down and be a good little girl."
It came as Judith Collins put questions to Jacinda Ardern about the He Puapua report.
Māori Party co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer wasn't surprised.
"The Chinese side deplores and firmly opposes such action."
"We know that a genocide is taking place," said ACT's Brooke van Velden.
Rawiri Waititi said over the last two days in Parliament all he had heard was "Māori, Māori, Māori bashing".
The Waitangi Tribunal has recommended an independent Māori Transition Authority to overhaul Oranga Tamariki.
It comes as National grapples with a review suggesting it's lacking diversity and strong leadership.
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