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Clendon

David Clendon

List member, Green Party

Sworn in to Parliament on 17 November 2009, and gave maiden statement on the same day.

Most recent appearances in parliament

If this MP has contributed more than once to a debate, only one speech is shown.

Sleepover Wages (Settlement) Bill - Third Reading (6 Oct 2011)

Speech expand: "Kia ora koutou. It is a pleasure to take a brief call on the Sleepover Wages (Settlement) Bill, which rights a wrong. We have supported this bill throughout its passage, and are pleased to continue to do that. It feels much more wholesome to be involved in ..."

Māori Purposes Bill - Second Reading (13 Sep 2011)

Speech expand: "Kei te mihi nui ki a koutou. I am pleased to take a brief call just to affirm the Greens’ support for the Māori Purposes Bill. It is a slightly unusual situation to be in, to stand and support two Government bills in the course of a couple of hours, but ..."

Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf (Environmental Effects) Bill - First Reading (13 Sep 2011)

Speech expand: "Kia ora, Mr Deputy Speaker. Kia ora koutou. The Minister for the Environment, in his opening remarks, quite rightly pointed to the fact that the Greens will support the Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf (Environmental Effects) Bill being referred ..."

Policing (Storage of Youth Identifying Particulars) Amendment Bill - In Committee (18 Aug 2011)

Speech expand: "Before the lunch break I was making some points about the purpose of Part 1, and I wish to continue briefly on that same line. The point has been made a number of times that there is no evidence from 2008 that the idea of amending what was then the practice ..."

Policing (Storage of Youth Identifying Particulars) Amendment Bill - In Committee (18 Aug 2011)

Speech expand: "Part 1 of the Policing (Storage of Youth Identifying Particulars) Amendment Bill is clearly about the purpose of the legislation, and is the heart of the proposed Act. Part 1 states that it seeks to amend the principal Act, particularly in relation to the ..."

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(based on oral questions asked by David Clendon and answered by Ministers or Members)