Minister of Finance Michael Cullen makes the annual Budget speech in May 2005. The Budget speech (and the debate that follows) is the main event of the parliamentary year. It sets out the government's finances for the year past, its estimates for the year to come, and its policies and strategies for the economy as a whole.
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Photograph by Ross Setford
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