Registrations, consideration of late returns
Electoral Commission registration decisions and
consideration of late donation returns
At its meeting of
19 May 2008, the commission made the following
New World Order, abbreviation N W O, was
A logo for No Commercial Airport at Whenuapai
Airbase was registered.
Two unions with some affiliation
to the Labour Party have applied to list as a third party.
Their applications will not be considered until the current
court case relating to the listing of the EPMU has been
Further information is being sought before any
decision is made about referral to the police of parties
that were late with their donation returns.
commissions next regular meeting is scheduled for 12
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