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Maram Davidson, Green Party MP

Ngā manu e rua, Tohu Kākahi, Te Whiti o Rongomai, tēnā kōrua. Ki a koutou ngā uri o Parihaka o Taranaki iwi. Nau mai, haere mai, haere mai. Madam Speaker, it’s really special today to stand in support of Te Pire Haeata ki Parihaka, the Parihaka Reconciliation Bill.



James Shaw MP on Monday, September 4, 2017 - 11:22

Paula Bennett’s comment that some people have fewer human rights than others is deeply concerning and reflects the National Government’s backward approach to drugs, the Green Party said today.

“National are proving once again that they are out of touch, out of date, and out of time to do anything that will actually help us to reduce violence and drug addiction,” said Green Party leader James Shaw.

“Human rights are not something you can take away from people because it is politically convenient.

3. METIRIA TUREI (Co-Leader—Green) to the Minister for Social Development: How many people on benefits are currently homeless?

Maram Davidson, Green Party MP

It is incredibly humbling, Mr Speaker, to be here, to be able to stand in support today.


Maram Davidson, Green Party MP
Marama Davidson MP on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 - 18:00

Tēnā koe, Mr Speaker. The Greens are supporting the Maritime Crimes Amendment Bill.

on Wednesday, February 17, 2016 - 13:19

Judith Collins’ abuse of information about prisoners in order to attack a Labour MP marks a dangerous return to her dirty politics-style way of doing Government business, the Green Party said today.


Corrections Minister Judith Collins went on the attack today, accusing a Labour Party MP of visiting notorious prisoner Arthur Taylor, and refusing to confirm how she knew about the supposed visits.


on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 - 13:59

The Green Party will be abstaining on the Returning Offenders (Management and Information) Bill.

“While we recognise the need for legislation to cater for the deportees returning to New Zealand, we do not believe the Government has gone about this the right way,” said Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei.

“The Government has had months to deal with this issue and yet have chosen to push through legislation under urgency with no public consultation.

Kevin Hague MP on Saturday, March 30, 2013 - 00:00

KEVIN HAGUE (Green) to the Associate Minister of Health: What steps will he be taking to ensure New Zealand drug laws are still fit for purpose given the recent findings by Johns Hopkins University and British medical journal The Lancet that the punitive approach to drug offending has done more harm than good?