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Kua tatū atu ngā mōkī pārongo mō te Kōwhiringa Pōti Māori ki ngā kaipōti Māori i te mēra.
The Electoral Commission has approved the registration of the New Nation Party and its logo.
The rules for overseas voting are changing from today for this year’s General Election to recognise the effect the pandemic has had on international travel.
Ka āhei ngā uri Māori e hiahia ana ki te whakawhiti rārangi pōti i mua i te Pōtitanga Whānui o tēnei tau ki te whakawhiti hei āpōpō, hei te 31 o Māehe, tae atu ki te 13 o Hūrae.
Māori who would like to switch electoral rolls before this year’s General Election will be able to make the change from tomorrow 31 March until 13 July.
The Electoral Commission is considering an application made under Part 4 of the Electoral Act 1993 to register the New Nation Party.
Two new party logos have been added to the register of political parties and logos.
17 political parties have put themselves forward to receive funding for election advertising.
The registration of the New Zealand Democratic Party for Social Credit and its logo has been cancelled at the party’s request.