The depth of feeling spilled into the House.
But the Foreign Affairs Minister has refused to be drawn on his view.
Winston Peters is wasting no time in getting back on the foreign affairs horse, writes Geoffrey Miller.
This is Peters' first speech as Foreign Minister in the current government.
Both ambassadors argued their countries are acting defensively.
He wanted him gone in Opposition.
Despite no Government and an empty Parliament, politics continues.
National says it supports the goal.
National says it was only informed of his statement four minutes before his press conference