26 Aug 2015

Today In Parliament for 26 August 2015 - evening edition

From In Parliament, 6:50 pm on 26 August 2015

Prime Minister, John Key, deals to rival party leaders in turn but eventually runs foul of the Speaker for creating disorder. In the Wednesday General Debate, United Future's Ohariu MP, Peter Dunne, said resignation of NZTA's chief executive creates opportunity for restructuring an agency which he claimed was out of control. Law and Order committee is briefed by Attorney General's office on implications for the Electronic Monitoring of Offenders Legislation of section seven of the Bill of Rights Act.