Should existing protections for human rights be strengthened? And should New Zealand’s constitution protect rights to privacy, property, and a healthy environment.
Rushed lawmaking is bad lawmaking. A four-year term would allow governments to properly consider and consult on new policies before bringing them before Parliament to be made into law.
The Treaty of Waitangi is widely regarded as New Zealand’s founding document. Should it be included in a written constitution? Read guest comments and tell us your views.