A Constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand proposes that Parliament be elected every four years.

Having elections every four years would give Parliament more time to properly consider new laws, instead of rushing to enact poor quality laws as it does now. Other reforms, such as a crackdown on urgency, will keep Parliament and the Government accountable to voters between elections.

You can read about our proposalsĀ in more detail in chapter 4 (Parliament) and chapter 11 (Lawmaking) of A Constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand. The blogs below provide others perspectives.