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Pa Auto Insurance. Christchurch, New Zealand 2016. I still live in a city where truths so often do not make it through the gridlocked gauntlet of publishing. I live in a city where so much of what should be being discussed is not being discussed. I live in a city where the politicians who are supposed to be speaking for the people seem to have lost their voices. I live in a city where many are still suffering while most sit back and watch. I still feel anger, disappointment and frustration that after five years the government is silent, the media is silent, the regulators are silent and in the main so is the affected population.
I watch and wait as 'Christchurch' has become the on-going saga about an unprecedented catastrophe, with an affected population largely left to wallow in its own misery. After years of being involved in Christchurch what emerges is a story of a very sorry state of affairs, a story of incompetence, dishonesty, professional vested interests, cynical corporate greed and government complicity and self-service.
On top of that we have an insurance industry left to its own devices, an industry in dire need of reform. The industry has done and continues to do all it can to maximise its profits by delaying settlement of claims, causing policyholder abuse in the process. While insurance companies are in the business of making money, they cannot be considered 'just normal businesses'.
They have special fiduciary duties requiring them to protect their customers both in statute and case law.
Paramount amongst those duties are the duties to act fairly and in good faith. The regulators in New Zealand have chosen to be blind to the events taking place here. Pa Auto Insurance. And simply because the government entered into an agreement as part of its negotiations with insurers it should not be the population of Canterbury that pays the price for its own failures.
There are those who would have us believe that political collaboration is a necessary foundation for dealing with a natural disaster, but the experience over the last five and a half years has shown that a 'bipartisan' approach does not work!
Labour leader, Mr Shearer pledged that Labour would "... do everything in our power to bring the issues to the attention of Parliament. But I do believe we need to look at a way we can have a bipartisan approach on this.
We do need a government/opposition united approach." And "as a result of that, I think we do need to be sitting down with the Government and looking at a bipartisan approach to the rebuild in Christchurch and its recovery." ( See http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10779345 ).
What is a Bipartisan approach? Wikipedia defines it as "a political situation, usually in the context of a two party system, in which opposing political parties find common ground through compromise, in theory." Sun Life Insurance. So in the context of the Christchurch earthquakes this would mean that Labour would essentially leave National to its decision making process in relation to matters appertaining to the recent earthquakes and the Christchurch 'recovery'. Pa Auto Insurance.


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