About 30 people, some dressed as millionaires, have marched on Prime Minister John Key's Auckland home to protest the sale of state-owned assets.
The protesters, from the group Aotearoa Is Not For Sale, conducted a mock auction of Mr Key's Parnell house on Saturday afternoon.
Some of those at the protest were carrying effigies of National Party MPs, Fairfax reports.
Legislation giving the green light to the partial privatisation of four state-owned energy companies was passed by parliament late last month.Opponents of the legislation are gathering signatures for a citizens-initiated referendum on asset sales.
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