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ACT The Liberal Party Heather Roy

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Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand Keith Locke

Opposed to the SIS having the power to break into private property. Will therefore repeal Security Intelligence Amendment Bill 1998.
Tighten the definition of security in the Security Intelligence Service Act to include only 'espionage, sabotage and terrorism'.
Institute a select committee enquiry into whether the SIS should be abolished and its responsibilities returned to the police.
Abolish the GCSB and close its two signals intelligence bases at Waihopai and Tangimoana immediately.
Parliament is the rightful place to scrutinise the intelligence and security activities of the government.

New Zealand Labour Party Rt Hon Helen Clark

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

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New Zealand First Rt Hon Winston Peters

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

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Democrats for Social Credit
Direct Democracy Party
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