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Posted on 26 Aug 2010 12:42 am
I'm not sure how anyone can compare this to any New Zealand legislation I'm aware of.
1) NZ does not have states and therefore no state laws. All enforceable NZ laws there are essentially 'federal'. How can replacement of state laws with federal laws be fairly compared to law reform in a country with no states?
2) Any NZ law that is considered successful as a comparison to laws in other jurisdictions should be viewed with suspicion 'prima facie', especially when considering the rights of the individual versus the rights of any business in NZ.
3) I recommend viewing some 'Alister Barry' documentary films, if ever some one wishes to point out some favourable example in New Zealand law/policy reform.
'In a land of plenty' and 'Somebody elses country' spring to mind, nice with popcorn and some like minds.
Dont let the NeoLiberals trick you and steal your country.
Thanks for the nice quote Ralf
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