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Youth Parliament ‘repeals’ sections 154, 155 & 159 of the Crimes Act 1969

Saturday 30 April 2022 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Local, National

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Youth Parliament ‘repeals’ sections 154, 155 & 159 of the Crimes Act 1969
Prime Minister Mark Brown, MP Tehani Browne, MP Agnes Armstrong, Clerk of Parliament Tangataa Vainerere and staff and the Youth Parliament participants. Photo: Melina Etches/22042803

The Youth Parliament mock parliament sitting debate of the ‘Crimes Amendment Act 4/29/2022’ ended in a “vote of conscience” with 17 members standing in support of the removal of provisions within the Crimes Bill.

The Youth Parliament mock parliament sitting debate of the ‘Crimes Amendment Act 4/29/2022’ ended in a “vote of conscience” with 17 members standing in support of the removal of provisions within the Crimes Bill.


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