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Win a copy of 'A Constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand' Book

We have one copy of A Constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand, by former prime minister Sir Geoffrey Palmer and constitutional lawyer Dr Andrew Butler. The book has been signed by Sir Geoffrey and generously donated to Scoop in support of this campaign.

The book proposes a new constitution that is easy to understand, reflects New Zealand’s identity and nationhood, protects rights and liberties, and prevents governments from abusing power.

In order to enter just follow the instructions below to send a message by social media or email to friends in support of this campaign. The more ways you spread the word, the more entries into the draw you get.


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More info on A Constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand

This book sets out the terms of a codified constitution that is accessible and clear and reflects the reality of modern New Zealand.

It aims to stimulate debate about New Zealand’s constitutional arrangements. Our goal is for ordinary New Zealanders to be able to own their constitution, and for that constitution to reflect the realities of our modern nation.

A Constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand makes the case for change.

Scoop strongly agrees with the goals and messages of this book and we are happy to be associated with such an important and timely work.

http://constitutionaotearoa.org.nz/about/

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