The election saw them ousted from Parliament, but the Māori Party is refusing to go down without a fight.
They were pushed out by Labour, who took a clean sweep of all the Māori electorate seats in September.
Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox told The Hui they are working out where to from here.
"There needs to be some continuity. We've taken on board the criticisms that have come from whānau - and also the advice."
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Ms Fox says she will step aside as co-leader when someone else is voted in by the party.
"There is an AGM planned for early in the year. Until we get to that point, we remain in place."
The "we" is herself and Te Ururoa Flavell, who is leaving politics.
Watch the video for the full interview on The Hui.