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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Bridled Power: New Zealand's Constitution and Government 4th ed

ISBN13: 9780195584639
ISBN: 0195584635
Published: March 2004
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: New Zealand
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Bridled Power and its predecessor Unbridled Power have provided a guide to New Zealand's constitutional system for more than 20 years.

This new edition is updated to reflect New Zealand's experience of the MMP system of proportional representation.

Other Jurisdictions , New Zealand
Part One - Government
Chap 1: The Changing System of New Zealand Government
Chap 2: Elections and Forming a Government
Part Two - Executive Government
Chap 3: The Monarchy: Will New Zealand Become a Republic?
Chap 4: The Prime Minister, Cabinet and Ministerial Responsibility
Chap 5: The Public Service and Crown Entities
Chap 6: Public Finance
Part Three - Parliament
Chap 7: MPs and Other Parliamentary Inhabitants
Chap 8: What Happens in Parliament
Chap 9: Legislation
Chap 10: Regulations and Red Tape
Part Four - Restraints on Government
Chap 11: Public Opinion and Information
Chap 12: Local Government
Chap 13: Avenues for Complaint
Chap 14: The Courts
Chap 15: The New Zealand Bill of Rights Act
Chap 16: The Treaty of Waitangi
Chap 17: International Law Part Five - Future Government
Chap 18: Where Next?