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Audio from the committee stage of the Criminal Records (Expungement of Convictions for Historical Homosexual Offences) Bill. It was introduced into Parliament by the Justice Minister Amy Adams on 6 July 2017. It is the first expungement scheme to be created in New Zealand. The Bill was reported back to the House without amendment. The report was then unanimously adopted.

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Voices: Adrian Rurawhe, Alfred Ngaro, Andrew Little, Barbara Kuriger, Clare Curran, Darroch Ball, Duncan Webb, Ginny Andersen, Greg O'Connor, Hamish Walker, Kiritapu Allan, Kris Faafoi, Matt King, Poto Williams, Priyanca Radhakrishnan, Raymond Huo, Tamati Coffey, Trevor Mallard

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Details

  • 0:00:00 - Trevor Mallard (Speaker)
  • 0:00:22 - Poto Williams (Chairperson)
  • 0:00:33 - Kiritapu Allan (List, Labour Party)
  • 0:05:10 - Priyanca Radhakrishnan (List, Labour Party)
  • 0:15:16 - Matt King (Northland, National Party)
  • 0:18:53 - Andrew Little (Justice Minister, List, Labour Party)
  • 0:23:37 - Raymond Huo (List, Labour Party)
  • 0:33:40 - Greg O'Connor (Ohariu, Labour Party)
  • 0:38:40 - Ginny Andersen (List, Labour Party)
  • 0:43:42 - Andrew Little (Justice Minister, List, Labour Party)
  • 0:48:45 - Clare Curran (Dunedin South, Labour Party)
  • 0:53:40 - Duncan Webb (Christchurch Central, Labour Party)
  • 0:56:09 - Kris Faafoi (Mana, Labour Party)
  • 0:59:20 - Andrew Little (Justice Minister, List, Labour Party)
  • 1:08:35 - Barbara Kuriger (Taranaki-King Country, National Party)
  • 1:08:42 - Tamati Coffey (Waiariki, Labour Party)
  • 1:13:50 - Alfred Ngaro (List, National Party)
  • 1:13:52 - Darroch Ball (List, New Zealand First)
  • 1:17:54 - Andrew Little (Justice Minister, List, Labour Party)
  • 1:22:55 - Hamish Walker (Clutha-Southland, National Party)
  • 1:23:00 - Vote, Adrian Rurawhe (Chairperson)
  • 1:23:42 - Poto Williams (Assistant Speaker)

Citation information

URL:http://www.pridenz.com/expungement_of_convictions_parliament_28_march_2018.html
Record date:28th March 2018
Location:Parliament
Audio courtesy of:Parliament TV