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 The National Party is the dominant Fiscal centre right party in NZ Politics. National has maintained its dominance through stable and good economic times.
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 Of necessity and through some socially liberal party members , National has moved from centre right to a combination including some centre left political positions. It is for this reason that we believe there is a need for strong socially conservative right of centre parties such as NZ First and the NZ Conservative Party. (more)
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 The National Party has always valued enterprise, hard work and the rewards that go with success.(more)
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 The National Party values are Less debt, more jobs, strong stable government.(more)
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 The National-led Government is committed to better addressing the high rate of family violence. We want to ensure the home is a safe place for everyone.(more)
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 We’re supporting older New Zealanders to live longer, healthier, and increasingly independent lives.(more)
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 The National-led Government is committed to better addressing the high rate of family violence. We want to ensure the home is a safe place for everyone.(more)
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 Well over 300,000 homes have been insulated under our Warm Up New Zealand insulation and clean heating programme and our commitment to insulate Housing NZ properties. This has reduced power bills and led to warmer, drier, and healthier living conditions for families.(more)

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Less debt, more jobs, strong stable government

The National Party seeks a safe, prosperous, and successful New Zealand that creates opportunities for all New Zealanders to reach their personal goals and dreams.

We believe this will be achieved by building a society based on the following values:

  • Loyalty to our country, its democratic principles, and our Sovereign as Head of State
  • National and personal security
  • Equal citizenship and equal opportunity
  • Individual freedom and choice
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Competitive enterprise and reward for achievement
  • Limited government
  • Strong families and caring communities
  • Sustainable development of our environment

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Prime Minister Bill English and Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett sworn in.

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NZ NATIONAL PARTY

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ORGANISATION TOPICS: SAFER FAMILIES, OPEN & PROSPEROUS NZ, SECURE FUTURE, COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING, FAMILIES GET AHEAD,  RURAL COMMUNITIES, HEALTHCARE, FIRST HOME, SMALL BUSINESS, PUBLIC SERVICE, AUCKLAND SUCCESS, CHILD EDUCATION, REGIONAL SUPPORT, ECONOMIC PLAN, SAFER COMMUNITIES
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About this Organisation

The New Zealand National Party was formed in Wellington on May 13 and 14, 1936. It grew out of the coalition government of the Reform and Liberal parties, which had formed the wartime National Government in 1915.

The Reform Party had been essentially a rural based party, whereas the Liberals were dominated by city based concerns. These two parties united to form an alternative to the socialist Labour government. The name “National” was chosen as the new party sought to represent all parts of the community.

George Forbes, the United Party Leader opened the conference which formed the National Party in May 1936 and was Leader of the Opposition until October 1936 when Adam Hamilton was elected as the first Leader of the National Party.

The Party grew quickly and by the third party conference in August 1938, shortly before the general election, there were more than 100,000 members.

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