MMP increases representation in Parliament

And accountability ensures compliance Fourth in a series of Six Parts Venkat Raman One of the most important attributes of Parliamentary system of democracy is representation of minorities and ensuring that their voice is heard in the Debating Chamber of Parliament. Many democracies follow the ‘Bicameral System,’ which accounts for two houses of Parliament- one comprising members elected directly by…

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60,000 ‘Missing Voters’ asked to re-register

Supplied Content 60,000 voters could miss out on voting in the September General Election after their enrolment update packs were returned marked “gone, no address.” Enrolment update packs were sent to 3.15 million enrolled voters at the end of June to check their details were correctly listed on the electoral roll for the September General Election. Chief Electoral Officer Alicia…

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People’s Party guarantees safer communities, properties

Roshan Nauhria In politics, ‘Law and Order’ refers to demands for a strict criminal justice system, especially in relation to violent and property crime, through stricter criminal penalties. These penalties include longer terms of imprisonment, mandatory sentencing, and in some countries, even more stringent measures. It is a twofold path, the first being to curb and prevent the incidence of crime by working on…

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Interest-free loans up to $100,000 for first homebuyers

Anil Sharma The New Zealand Peoples Party (NZPP) has a frim policy for first homebuyers and immigrants, which we believe, will provide them protection and rights. Instability in the housing sector has been a cause for concern, which in turn has impacted people’s health. Homelessness has led people to subsist in poor living conditions like damp, uninsulated places that aggravate…

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