Zealand Party

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Liberalism In New Zealand - Timeline - New Zealand Party
... wealthy property tycoon, founds the New Zealand Party to promote both economic and social liberalism ... Some consider the party to be mildly libertarian. 1984 The New Zealand Party captures twelve percent of the vote, but no seats ...
The Republic Of New Zealand Party
... The Republic of New Zealand Party (RONZP or "The Republicans") was a political party in New Zealand ... The party's registration was cancelled at its own request in 2009 ... to the Republican Movement of Aotearoa New Zealand, which is a non-partisan organisation that does not share any of the party's policy platforms ...
New Zealand Family Rights Protection Party
... The New Zealand Family Rights Protection Party was a political party in New Zealand ... to the concerns of Pacific Islanders in New Zealand ... The party was approved for official registration on 7 March 2005 ...
New Zealand Liberal Party (1992)
... The New Zealand Liberal Party founded in 1992 (not to be confused with the original Liberal Party or the 1962 Liberal Party) was a splinter group of the National Party ... The Liberal Party was founded by Gilbert Myles and Hamish MacIntyre, two dissident National MPs ... objections, Myles and McIntyre fell out with their National Party colleagues, and eventually decided to break away ...
Third National Government Of New Zealand - Defeat
... National's position was made worse with the formation of the New Zealand Party, led by maverick property developer Bob Jones ... The party supported free markets and a general dramatic reduction of government interference in economic and social life National's founding principles ... The New Zealand Party thus took many votes from former National voters who disliked the government but did not want to vote for Labour ...

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