MPs, parties and electorates

Parliamentary parties

There are eight parliamentary parties in the 50th Parliament — ACT New Zealand, Green Party, Labour Party, Mana Party, Māori Party, National Party, New Zealand First and United Future.

  • National Party

    The New Zealand National Party (National Party) is the largest partner in the National-led Government. It has 59 members of Parliament. National Party

  • Labour Party

    The New Zealand Labour Party (Labour Party) has 34 members of Parliament. The party is in opposition. Labour Party

  • Green Party

    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. Green Party

  • NZ First

    The New Zealand First Party has seven members of Parliament, all elected from the party list. NZ First

  • Māori Party

    The Māori Party has three members of Parliament. It has a confidence and supply arrangement with the National-led government. Māori Party

  • ACT New Zealand

    ACT New Zealand has one member of Parliament. The party has a confidence and supply arrangement with the National-led government. ACT New Zealand

  • Mana

    Mana has one member of Parliament. Mana

  • United Future

    United Future New Zealand (United Future) has one member of Parliament. It has a confidence and supply agreement with the National-led government. United Future