New Zealand's form of government is a single house parliamentary democracy in a constitutional monarchy.
The NZ political system is the MMP (Mixed Member Proportional) system of voting (since1993). [ There are 120 Members of Parliament (although this number is flexible); each party has proportional representation depending on how many votes their Party receive at the Election and whether or not their Electorate Candidates have been elected.
Each citizen receives ONE party vote and ONE vote to elect an Electorate Member to parliament. A party must receive a minimum of 5% of the vote to gain party seats in Parliament. The overall percentage of the vote a party receives will determine how many LIST Members the party can have.
Most Governments, under MMP, rule in a Coalition Parliament. ] User:
What is an exclusive economic zone (EEZ)? Why are EEZs important to the economies of Pacific Island nations?
The U.S. [ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) extends no more than 200 nautical miles from the territorial sea baseline and is adjacent to the 12 nautical mile territorial sea of the U.S., including the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and any other territory or possession over which the United States exercises sovereignty.
Describe the relationship between Aborigines and the Australian government. Weegy:
Aborigines are natives to Australia and Tasmania. They have lived there for about 35,000 to 70,000 years. Their skin and hair are both dark. [ There are about 500 recorded tribes, some of which are Aranda, Bidjandjadjara, Gurindji, Gunwinggu, Kamilaroi, Murngin, Tiwi, Wailbri, Wurora, and Yir-yoront. Aboriginal tribes didn't usually stay in one place for long, moving to watering places and setting up camp there.
Aborigines lived in family groups and clans. Each clan has a place on their land where their spirits return when they die. They have to ... (More)