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warning signs for NZ’s ‘brittle’ democracy

  • Written by Alexander Gillespie, Professor of Law, University of Waikato
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There have been so many submissions on the government’s proposed Fast-track Approvals Bill – 27,000 written, with 2,900 wanting to appear before the select committee in person – that a ballot system has been introduced to manage the process.

Given the already widespread disquiet over the bill’s shape and intent,...

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