Special Initiative

A VOTERS UNITED AND NEW ZEALAND RISING INITIATIVE

A MINOR PARTY PERSPECTIVE Q&A

How will they represent you?

NEW ZEALAND GENERAL ELECTION 2023

We asked our polling parties ten questions.  Thank you to everyone that contributed, it is vitally important for us to hear what you have to say.

The order of presentation reflects the timing of receipt. We hold no bias or preference to any party represented here. Every party involved in our initiative was invited to partake – Outdoors & Freedom Party, Democracy NZ, New Nation Party, Leighton Baker Party, Rock the Vote, NZ Loyal, and NZ First.

Watch the answers question by question below.

QUESTION ONE

How will your party work to secure and protect New Zealanders’ rights and freedoms from government overreach now and into the future?

QUESTION TWO

What is your party’s position on the relationship between the WEF and New Zealand political leaders, and government policy?

QUESTION THREE

Where does your party stand in relation to the WHO Treaty Amendments and the International Health Regulations? 

Will you commit to raising awareness of this in Parliament and to the general public?

QUESTION FOUR

What is your understanding of the declared ‘climate emergency’ and the ramifications it has on our nation and our energy and food producing economy?

QUESTION FIVE

Does your party support a full and independent inquiry into the Covid-19 emergency response?

What will your party do to support this?

QUESTION SIX

Where does your party stand in regard to government mandates and the Therapeutic Products Act?

Will you seek to repeal, or modify this Act?

QUESTION SEVEN

Where does your party stand on making sure our right to free speech is secure?

How will you ensure that media agencies in New Zealand have no government involvement or bias?

QUESTION EIGHT

What is your position on supporting parents’ rights and their ongoing involvement in the education system?

How will you address the decline in our education system?

QUESTION NINE

How does your party propose it will get over the 5% threshold to secure a seat in Parliament?

QUESTION TEN

If the polls clearly indicate that your party will not make the 5% threshold required, will you concede and endorse the leading party prior to Election Day 14 October 2023 for the greater good of all New Zealand?