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Video Camera Surveillance (Temporary Measures) Bill

This bill clarifies the use by the Police of video camera surveillance following a recent Supreme Court decision.

There have been 442 submissions on this bill.

Bill Events

Event Date Ayes Noes Abstentions
Third Reading 6 Oct 2011 Bill read a third time. Ayes 105
National 57
Labour 41
ACT 5
Progres. 1
United F. 1
Noes 14
Green 9
Maori 4
Mana 1
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In Committee 6 Oct 2011 The result corrected after originally being announced as Ayes 105, Noes 15.

Bill reported without amendment.

Report adopted.
Second Reading 6 Oct 2011 Bill read a second time.

Amendments recommended by the Justice and Electoral Committee by majority agreed to.
Ayes 105
National 57
Labour 41
ACT 5
Progres. 1
United F. 1
Noes 14
Green 9
Maori 4
Mana 1
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SC Reports 3 Oct 2011 The Justice and Electoral Committee reported on this bill. View the bill as reported from the Justice and Electoral Committee at the New Zealand Legislation website.
Submissions Due 28 Sep 2011
First Reading 27 Sep 2011,
27 Sep 2011 (resumed)
Bill read a first time.

Motion agreed to:
That the Justice and Electoral Committeeconsider the Video Camera Surveillance (Temporary Measures) Bill , that the committee report finally to the House on or before 3 October 2011, and that the committee have authority to meet tomorrow and at any time while the House is sitting (except during oral questions), during any evening on a day on which there has been a sitting of the House, and on a Friday in a week in which there has been a sitting of the House, despite Standing Orders 187 and 190(1)(b) and (c).
Ayes 106
National 57
Labour 42
ACT 5
Progres. 1
United F. 1
Noes 15
Green 9
Maori 4
Mana 1
indep. 1 (Carter C)
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