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Reports, Bills And Petitions

Reports, Bills And Petitions

Amongst the documents tabled in Parliament today were:

The petition of Donald James Rowlands and 891 others requesting that Parliament formally recognise 5 November as Parihaka Day to commemorate the peaceful resolution of conflict in New Zealand.

The Government responses to:

The report of the Māori Affairs Committee on Inquiry into the operation of the Māori Community Development Act 1962 and related issues;

The report of the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee on Inquiry into New Zealand's Relationships with South Pacific Countries.

Select committee reports on the:

Budget policy statement 2011, Half-year economic and fiscal update 2010, and Inquiry into the 2010 Investment Statement of the Government of New Zealand as reported by the Finance and Expenditure Committee;

Financial Markets (Regulators and KiwiSaver) Bill (211-2) as reported by the Commerce Committee;

Petitions of John S Boscawen and Penelope Mary Bright as reported by the Local Government and Environment Committee.

The Ngāti Pāhauwera Treaty Claims Settlement Bill was introduced. is a breaking news source for New Zealand parliamentary business featuring broadcast daily news reports on Parliamentary Business.

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