There are seven parliamentary parties in the 50th Parliament — Green Party, Labour Party, Mana Party, Māori Party, National Party, New Zealand First and United Future.
The New Zealand National Party (National Party) is the largest partner in the National-led Government. It has 59 members of Parliament.
The New Zealand Labour Party (Labour Party) has 34 members of Parliament. The party is in opposition.
The Green Party of Aotearoa / New Zealand (Green Party) is an opposition party. The Green Party has 14 members of Parliament all elected from the party list.
The New Zealand First Party has seven members of Parliament, all elected from the party list.
The Māori Party has three members of Parliament. It has a confidence and supply arrangement with the National-led government.
Mana has one member of Parliament.
United Future New Zealand (United Future) has one member of Parliament. It has a confidence and supply agreement with the National-led government.