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Ngā petihana

Ka tukuna ngā petihana ki Te Whare Māngai, ā, ka inoi kia wherawhera Te Whare i tētehi kaupapa here, ture rānei, kia whakatikaina he take ā-rohe, ā-tangata rānei.

Ka whakaatu te whārangi nei nā i ngā petihana e taea ana e koe te waitohu, me ngā petihana e kati ana mō ngā waitohu, ā, kua kōkiri i te tukanga. E wātea ana koe ki te whakahuataki i te petihana hoki ki te pātene ‘Hangā he Petihana’.

Ka taea e ngā tāngata katoa te petihana te hanga, ā, me waitohu ka tika e te tangata kotahi, nuku atu rānei.

He kōrero kē mō te hanga me te waitohu petihana.

Whakapā atu ki Te Tari o te Manahautū me he pātai wāu mō te petihana, ki petitions@parliament.govt.nz

Anei tētahi tīwhiri mehemea e whakamahi ana koe i te tātari komiti whiriwhiri take hei kimi i ngā petihana i tāpaetia ki te Pāremata i mua i te Pipiri 2011: Me tuhi koe i te ingoa o te komiti ki te tātari kupu matua kē. E kore e kitea ngā petihana i tāpaetia i mua i te Pipiri 2011 e te tātari komiti whiriwhiri take.

If petitioners wish to extend their petition closing date, please email petitions@parliament.govt.nz.

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