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I thank the Attorney-General for his comments.
"It is a fundamental principle of law that people engaged in court proceedings have the right to access the law as...
"I’ve waved Tibetan and West Papuan flags on the steps of Parliament, presented a nuke-free NZ badge to Hillary Clinton —...
The essence of this is that this Government is overriding one of the most important laws on our statute book—that is, the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act
KEITH LOCKE (Green)to the Minister of Justice: Does he agree with the International Federation of Journalists that if the Search and Surveillance Bill proceeds in its present form it will
Despite improvements, the Search and Surveillance Bill reported back to Parliament today is still a serious threat to our civil liberties, Green Party human rights spokesperson Keith Locke said today.
The Green Party is thankful that the committee has given this bill thorough consideration, and has allowed a second round of public submissions.
KEITH LOCKE (Green): The Green Party will support the Private Security Personnel and Private Investigators Bill, but we are concerned about the expansion in the number of people who are private investigators or security people. I think a figure was thrown around in one of the earlier debates of about 18,000 people working in this area.
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