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Second reading of the Bill

Audio from the second reading 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 unanimously passed its second reading.

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  • 0:00:11 - Andrew Little (Justice Minister, List, Labour Party)
  • 0:05:40 - Amy Adams (Selwyn, National Party)
  • 0:12:30 - Darroch Ball (List, New Zealand First)
  • 0:21:52 - Maggie Barry (North Shore, National Party)
  • 0:29:20 - Grant Robertson (Wellington Central, Labour Party)
  • 0:38:55 - Chris Bishop (Hutt South, National Party)
  • 0:43:20 - Jan Logie (List, Green Party)
  • 0:53:28 - Matt King (Northland, National Party)
  • 0:56:24 - Ginny Andersen (List, Labour Party)
  • 1:01:20 - Andrew Falloon (Rangitata, National Party)
  • 1:04:00 - David Seymour (Epsom, and Leader of the ACT party)
  • 1:06:32 - Priyanca Radhakrishnan (List, Labour Party)
  • 1:11:39 - Tim van de Molen (Waikato, National Party)
  • 1:13:10 - Raymond Huo (List, Labour Party)
  • 1:22:52 - Vote, Poto Williams (Assistant Speaker)


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Record date:27th March 2018
Location:Parliament buildings, Wellington
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Audio courtesy of:Parliament TV