Given that this is an election year, in May 2014, I prepared a formal Election Questionnaire on behalf of www.stopsmartmeters.org.nz and sent it to all the parties I knew to be contesting the 2014 general election.

For the record, I am neither a member of any political party, nor a donor to any political party.

Below is the response from the Democrats for Social Credit Party (http://www.democrats.org.nz/) For a more general discussion of the 2014 Election Questionnaire and links to replies from other parties contesting the 2014 general election, please see this link: [add link]

A general discussion of the responses from the political parties may be found at this link:   http://www.stopsmartmeters.org.nz/uncategorized/2014-election-questionnaire-general-discussion/   (Reading this link is recommended for people who are new to the “smart meter” issue as it helps to put the statements made in some of the party responses into the overall context of the “smart meter” situation in NZ.)

Links to other parties’ responses are here: http://www.stopsmartmeters.org.nz/2014-election-questionnaire-2/

 

The Democrats for Social Credit did not complete the  www.stopsmartmeters.org.nz 2014 Election Questionnaire.

However, the party has issued a press release calling for a moratorium on “smart meter” installations.  The press release may be read at this link http://www.democrats.org.nz/News/NewsItem/tabid/119/ArticleId/1218/Stop-Smart-Meters.aspx#.U9hySrG3V4M

 

Links to other political parties responses to the 2014 Election Questionnaire may be found at this link:

http://www.stopsmartmeters.org.nz/2014-election-questionnaire/