New Zealand: Chapter gives evidence to Parliament on electoral finance and foreign affairs

December 2007
Transparency Watch;Dec2007, p12
The article reports on the submission of the Transparency International's (TI) national chapter in New Zealand on the Pacific Policy to the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. The move emphasizes two main points; these are the comparative advantage provided by the Treaty of Waitangi on New Zealand's foreign affairs, and challenges in maintaining the relationship between public and state institutions.


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