Constitutional Advisory Panel - have your say on New Zealand's constitutional arrangements

The Government is currently undertaking a review of New Zealand’s constitutional arrangements. The themes covered in the review are:

  • Electoral matters (such as the size and length of term of parliament).
  • Crown-Māori relationship matters (including the role of the Treat of Waitangi).
  • Other constitutional matters (like whether New Zealand should have a written constitution).

An Advisory Panel has been set up to engage with the New Zealand public about the review. You will have an opportunity to share your ideas and opinions during an engagement phase that kicked off in the latter half of this year and will continue through to June 2013.

This stage will also include an education campaign designed to inform the New Zealand public about current constitutional arrangements.

Find out more about the review and how to have your say