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P. Bright: 'Open Letter'

16 February 2011

Hon Rodney Hide
Minister for Regulatory Reform

'Open Letter' / OIA

RE: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PA1102/S00212/regulatory-reform-bill-first-reading-hon-rodney-hide.htm

Dear Minister,

1) Please provide a copy/ copies of all the 'Regulatory Impact' Statement(s) /Report(s) prepared for the 'Regulatory Reform Bill', which outline:

a) Those whom were 'consulted'.
b) The 'cost-benefit' analysis which explains who exactly is predicted to benefit from these legislative changes and where the money will effectively go.

2) Please provide a copy /copies of all/any 'corruption risk analysis' (including the risk of 'money-laundering'), which has been prepared by any party in relation to this proposed legislation.

Yours sincerely,

Penny Bright
Media Spokesperson
Water Pressure Group
Judicially recognised Public Watchdog on Metrowater, water and Auckland regional governance matters.
"Anti-corruption campaigner".

Attendee: Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference 2009
Attendee: Transparency International's 14th Anti-Corruption Conference 2010
Auckland Mayoral Candidate 2010.

Independent Candidate Botany by-election 2011.



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