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Running the country : a look inside New Zealand's government / Maria Gill.

By: Gill, Maria, 1961- [author.].
Contributor(s): Evans, Malcolm.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland : New Holland, 2013Copyright date: ©2013Description: 48 p. : illustrations (some colour), portraits ; 27 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869663964 (pbk.).Subject(s): New Zealand. Parliament -- Juvenile literature | New Zealand -- Politics and government -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Children's nonfiction.DDC classification: 328.93
Contents:
New Zealand's system of government -- What kind of electoral system do we have? -- Who's who? -- Leader wanted -- How does our government work? -- What is the constitution? -- Parliament HQ -- Traditions in Parliament -- Parliament in session -- Select committees, advisors, lobbyists and consultants -- Political parties -- Voting at the elections -- Representing everyone -- How laws are made -- the judiciary -- Law enforcers -- The economy -- The watchdogs -- Local government -- Citizenship and human rights.
New Zealand's system of government -- What kind of electoral system do we have? -- Who's who? -- Leader wanted --How does our government work? -- What is the constitution? -- Parliament in session -- Select committees, advisors, lobbyists and consultants -- Political parties -- Voting at the elections -- Representing everyone -- How laws are made -- The judiciary -- Law enforcers -- The economy -- The watchdogs -- Local government -- Citizenship and human rights.
Paperback -Introduces New Zealand's three-pronged system of government, parliament and the judiciary, and explains the role of the governor-general, prime minister, cabinet and MPs, judges and the police force. Suggested level: primary, intermediate, junior secondary.
Summary: Introduces New Zealand's three-pronged system of government, parliament and the judiciary, and explains the role of the governor-general, prime minister, cabinet and MPs, judges and the police force.
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Introduces New Zealand's three-pronged system of government, parliament and the judiciary, and explains the role of the governor-general, prime minister, cabinet and MPs, judges and the police force.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

New Zealand's system of government -- What kind of electoral system do we have? -- Who's who? -- Leader wanted -- How does our government work? -- What is the constitution? -- Parliament HQ -- Traditions in Parliament -- Parliament in session -- Select committees, advisors, lobbyists and consultants -- Political parties -- Voting at the elections -- Representing everyone -- How laws are made -- the judiciary -- Law enforcers -- The economy -- The watchdogs -- Local government -- Citizenship and human rights.

New Zealand's system of government -- What kind of electoral system do we have? -- Who's who? -- Leader wanted --How does our government work? -- What is the constitution? -- Parliament in session -- Select committees, advisors, lobbyists and consultants -- Political parties -- Voting at the elections -- Representing everyone -- How laws are made -- The judiciary -- Law enforcers -- The economy -- The watchdogs -- Local government -- Citizenship and human rights.

Paperback -Introduces New Zealand's three-pronged system of government, parliament and the judiciary, and explains the role of the governor-general, prime minister, cabinet and MPs, judges and the police force. Suggested level: primary, intermediate, junior secondary.

Introduces New Zealand's three-pronged system of government, parliament and the judiciary, and explains the role of the governor-general, prime minister, cabinet and MPs, judges and the police force.

Primary, intermediate, junior secondary.

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