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Te Ururoa Flavell

Māori Party Co-leader
MP for Waiariki

Marama Fox

Māori Party Co-leader
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Tukoroirangi Morgan

Māori Party President

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SPEECH: Te Ture Whenua Māori Bill — Second Reading, Hon Te Ururoa Flavell

Te Ture Whenua Māori Bill — Second Reading Hon Te Ururoa Flavell, Minister for Māori Development Tuesday, 13 December 2016   Click here to watch the speech

SPEECH: Point England Development Enabling Bill — First Reading, Marama Fox

Tuesday, 13 December 2016 Click here to watch the speech

Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation Bill — First Reading

SPEECH:  Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation Bill — First Reading, Marama Fox (Co-Leader for the Māori Party) Tuesday, 13 December 2016   Click here to view the speech  

Māori Party opposes 1st reading of Oranga Tamariki legislation

The Māori Party will exercise its right to vote against the Children, Young Persons and Their Families (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation Bill in Parliament today.    

Māori Party supports call for plan to reduce child poverty

The Māori Party is supporting a call from the Children’s Commissioner for the Government to lead the development of a plan to reduce child poverty in Aotearoa.   “It is within our capacity to eliminate poverty if there’s will and we must act before it is beyond us,” says co-leader Marama Fox.  “We can’t wait another generation before we take more active steps to reduce and eliminate poverty, or we will see yet another generation of hardship where families are forced to choose between feeding their children or paying their rent.”  

SPEECH IN THE HOUSE - Marama Fox: Te Pire o Te Awa Tupua (mō Te Whakataunga o Ngā Kerēme e pa ana ki te Awa o Whanganui)

Marama Fox, Māori Party Co-Leader Te Pire o Te Awa Tupua (mō Te Whakataunga o Ngā Kerēme e pa ana ki te Awa o Whanganui)   7 December 2016       To watch the speech click here  

Māori Party acknowledges John Key

Māori Party acknowledges John Key The Māori Party will always be grateful to John Key for making a space at the table of his Government for a kaupapa Māori Party. “It has been under the leadership of John Key that the Māori Party has been able to secure gains for Maori and advance kaupapa Māori over the past eight years,” said Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell. “We may not have agreed on everything but we’ve always maintained a respectful relationship with the Prime Minister and he with us,” said Mr Flavell.

SPEECH IN THE HOUSE - Marama Fox, Ngāruahine Claims Settlement Bill — Third Reading

Marama Fox Māori Party Co-Leader Ngāruahine Claims Settlement Bill — Third Reading 29 November 2016 Don’t want to read it? Watch it    

Māori Party mourns Te Awanuiarangi Black

He rangi tā matawhāiti, he rangi tā matawhānui A person with narrow vision has a restricted horizon A person with wide vision has plentiful opportunities  

Māori Party reiterates need for land wars history in schools

The Māori Party reiterated its call for the history of the New Zealand Land Wars to be taught in schools, while supporting Treaty settlements for three iwi from Taranaki in Parliament today.  

More needs to be done to stop domestic violence

      MEDIA STATEMENT Te Ururoa Flavell Waiariki MP; Maori Party Co-Leader; White Ribbon Ambassador 25 November 2016   “More needs to be done to stop domestic violence over and above telling men to stop it and over and above the recent changes launched by Government.”   That is according to Māori Party Co-Leader and White Ribbon Ambassador Te Ururoa Flavell following the alleged murder of a pregnant woman in Opotiki on Tuesday night.   “My heart breaks for her family and for her and her unborn baby and what they had to endure the night their lives were taken,” says Mr Flavell who is also the MP for Waiariki, which includes Opotiki.