In New Zealand, a Member of Parliament was expelled for not wearing a tie
In New Zealand, a Marori MP was expelled for not wearing a tie.
Remember that in New Zealand it is the law that only a member of parliament who has a tie can ask a question.
Speaker Trevor Millard twice stopped Marori MP Raveri Y. Tate from asking questions and then asked him to leave parliament.
“My problem is not the tie, it’s the cultural identity,” Ravi said as he walked out of the assembly hall.
Marori are the original inhabitants of New Zealand who have lived in New Zealand since before the arrival of whites.