Business of Government: musical chairs at the top, the second coming of PPPs, and more...

Business of Government: musical chairs at the top, the second coming of PPPs, and more...
Looks like a new round of chief executive musical chairs is just getting started. (Image: Getty)
Jem Traylen
What’s really behind the latest inquiry?On Monday, prime minister Christopher Luxon said the allegations surrounding the possible misuse of personal data by Te Pāti Māori (TPM) were serious enough to warrant an independent inquiry under the Public Service Act.While such inquiries are often self-initiated by the commission, this one is at the behest of ministers (as was last year’s one on immigration, which was requested after a whistleblower contacted minister Andrew Little directly).It closely followed acting public service commiss...

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