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Torangapu - kupu hou

Matua Hamihi

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1.The rights and fundamental freedoms of the citizens of New Zealand. For example: The right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion, and belief, including the right to adopt and hold opinions without interference.
7.The government is accountable to parliament for its actions and policies. Most ministers are members of cabinet, which is the main decision-making body of the government. For example, the cabinet last year increased the legal drinking age from 18 to 20.
8.Each minister has the double role of representing the people’s views to Parliament and the Government and of representing the actions of Parliament and the Government to the people. If individual voters do not like what they hear they can exercise their votes at the next election to change their representative.
9.You are a New Zealand citizen if you were, born in New Zealand, the Cook Islands, Niue, or Tokelau, if you were adopted by a New Zealand citizen parent, or if you were born ot a New Zealand citizen overseas
2.Refers to those possessions that iwi; hapū and whānau consider to be the most precious and valued, and are handed on to succeeding generations to ensure iwi, hapū and whānau identity and whakapapa remain intact. These possessions of iwi; hapū and whānau are protected by the treaty of Waitangi
3.New Zealand is a democratic country in which the members of parliament (MPs) are chosen in free and fair elections. Citizens and permanent residents who are aged 18 years and over are required to enrol to vote. Voting is not compulsory, but turnout is high by international standards (although trending lower).
4.The New Zealand government is involved in the economy in a range of different ways. The main ones are as a regulator, as a gatherer of taxes, as an owner of enterprises, and as a provider of services and income.
5.Ngā hononga tāngata o tētahi ki tētahi; ngā hononga o ngā tāngata ki te whenua
6.Citizens are invited to follow debates in Parliament, make submissions and contact ministers. Enrol to vote in our electoral system and vote in our election. Rangatahi are encouraged to make a difference to decision-making by coming to national youth hui at Parliament.
10.Ko ngā take e whakapā atu ki ngā iwi whānui; hei tauira: kia piki te utu mō ngā rangatahi ki te $15 mo i a haora, i a haora

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