Bridled power: New Zealand's constitution and government

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Oxford University Press, 2004 - Law - 412 pages
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This is an authoritative book on the New Zealand constitution. This new edition is updated to reflect New Zealand's experience of the MMP system of proportional representation.

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Contents

Elections
22
Forming and Ending Governments
39
When Will New Zealand Become a Republic?
52
Copyright

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