Electoral Act 1993
The Electoral Act 1993 is an act of the New Zealand Parliament for regulating elections in New Zealand. It "establishes the electoral agencies, electoral system, election processes (including that for disputing results), how MPs are replaced between elections, registration processes for political parties and logos, enrolment and electoral roll requirements, and provides for the Māori Electoral option, and the Representation Commission." One such agency is the Electoral Commission which is responsible, among other things, for the administration of parliamentary elections and referenda.
|Electoral Act 1993|
|New Zealand Parliament|
|Broadcasting Act 1989|
Electoral (Integrity) Amendment Act 2018
|Status: Current legislation|
The Electoral Act forms part of the constitution of New Zealand. The regulations made under the Act contain most of New Zealand's electoral legislation. The Act defined mixed-member proportional (MMP) representation for use in the 1993 electoral referendum, and it established MMP as the electoral system for the general election 1996.
- Broadcasting Standards Authority
- 2005 New Zealand election funding controversy
- New Zealand Electoral Commission
- Constitution Act 1986 § Entrenchment
- "Electoral Act 1993 No 87 (as at 01 September 2017), Public Act Contents – New Zealand Legislation". legislation.govt.nz. Retrieved 9 May 2018.
- "Electoral Laws and Legislation". Electoral Commission. Retrieved 9 May 2018.
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