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Defence - Treaties

ACT The Liberal Party Heather Roy

Greater co-operation and integration with our allies is needed

Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand Keith Locke

Ensure all international treaty texts are open to public scrutiny
Ensure that all international treaties require a vote in Parliament before being signed
Require that all international treaties give full effect to Aotearoa/New Zealand’s Treaty of Waitangi responsibilities and obligations

New Zealand Labour Party Hon Phil Goff

Work to promote comprehensive security, particularly within the South Pacific region, through diplomacy, trade, aid, economic and environmental co-operation and, military co-operation
Meet UN Charter commitments to the maintenance of international peace and security and will contribute to United Nations and other appropriate multilateral peace support and humanitarian relief operations
Continue NZ's membership of the Five Power Defence Agreement and other appropriate permanent or short-term arrangements

Maori Party Dr Pita Sharples  
National Party of New Zealand Dr Wayne Mapp

Enhance our relationship with traditional allies based on mutual interest in a safer world

New Zealand First Ron Mark

Honour, maintain and build upon existing Defence agreements including the Five Power Defence Agreement and the Closer Defence Relationships with Australia
We will seek to strengthen relationships with the United States, Britain, France and all South Pacific Island nations with the aim of extending opportunities for military training at all levels

Progressive Coalition Hon Jim Anderton  
United Future New Zealand Hon Peter Dunne

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