Ko ngā māngai take pū e karanga ana ki ngā tari kāwanatanga, pirihimana hoki kia kaha ake ai te tiaki i ngā kōrero whaiaro o te tangata. Nā tētahi hapa i te putunga kōrero o te kaupapa hoko pū a te kāwanatanga i āhei ai te kite i ngā ingoa me ngā wāhi noho o te tangata.
Hei tā Nicole McKee o te Kaunihera o ngā Kaipupuri Pū Whai Raihana, kua rongo kōrero tana rōpu, he hunga anō kua kite i ngā raraunga kōrero, kaua ko rātou anahe kua kōrerotia i ngā pūrongo a te Minita Take Pirihimana, a Stuart Nash.
Nā whai anō te pakō o ngā pū ki te kāwanatanga
"So we've been told by the NZ Police and the Minister that the information was available in the police platform for five days, and that’s really concerning us because the information that was available, is all of the details of the people, who have registered prohibited firearms," te kōrero a McKee.
Hei tāna hoki, kua rongo kōrero ngā roia o te kaunihera mō ētahi hunga tekau mā iwa anō i kite i ngā whakamahuki i runga i te ipurangi, ā i taea ngā whakamārama katoa i taua paetukutuku te tuku.
"So we're at a stage now where we're saying ok we've had that notification, we're trying to verify. We're struggling to verifying it nevertheless, that doesn't take away from the fact that information is being available for five days."
E tū tautoko ana te Minita Take Pirihimana a Stuart Nash i te kōrero a te kamupene SAP, kotahi anake te tangata i whai waahi ki ngā whakamahuki i maringi iho. I tuku whakapāhā hoki a SAP ki te katoa inanahi rā mō te hapa nei.
Hei tā Nash, "All I can say is we are pretty disappointed with what’s happened and of course SAP have put up their hand and said this is completely their fault and that they accept full responsibility. SAP say that they've looked at the evidence log and the audit trial and they can say that only one person has accessed this data."
Heoi ko tā te māngai Take Pirihimana o Nāhinara, tā Brett Hudson, ko te taumahatanga o te kaupapa nei ka tau pū ki ngā pokohiwi o te Minita Take Pirihimana me te Pirimia, ā me wawe te whakakore i te kaupapa hoko pū a te Kāwanatanga.
"Legislation done in a few days, not enough time to adequately prepare and design these systems that’s how these flaws come about. Everything is being too rushed. The thing they should do right now is immediately announce they're gonna pull the firearms registry out of the legislation before parliament because the public can’t have any confidence that that information will be able to be kept secure," tā Hudson.
"It didn’t need to happen. If the government had taken advice to slow this all down, and work through it properly, we wouldn’t be at this situation," te kī a McKee.
E ai anō ki a McKee, e ngana tonu ana tana rōpū ki te whakaingoa i aua tāngata tekau mā iwa, mēnā he kaipupuri pū, mehema nō te marea rānei rātou. E haere tonu ana tā rātou ketuketu i tēnei take.