Electoral and Constitutional Change in New Zealand: An MMP Source Book
Dunmore Press, 1999 - Election law - 497 pages
A record of the process of electoral reform and its consequences, tracing the story of MMP from the Royal Commission's proposals through the break-up of the National-New Zealand First Coalition and it's wider impact on politics and law-making.
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Implementing MMPThe Maori Option
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