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The role is largely ceremonial, but there are occasions when the gubernatorial role carries with it quite wide-ranging powers in certain situations, such as when a government loses a confidence vote in respect of appropriation and supply.
New Zealand has a responsible and representative government. Until the government was elected by a 'first past the post' system - ie, whichever party gained the largest number of seats in a general election was invited to form the government for the next three years see http: The term of government remains at three years.
An exception to the 'pure' form of this type of government is the cluster of seats reserved for voters who are on the Maori electoral roll. The number of seats set aside for those who identify themselves as Maori voters is adjusted from time to time in the same way as for the general roll to reflect the numbers on it.
Citizens of Maori descent can choose whether to be on the Maori or General roll. It operates as a unitary state, and not as a federal system like Australia or Canada.
It is unicameral, that is, there exists in our Parliament only a House of Representatives, with no Upper House. It does not have a written constitution, in the sense of a single entrenched legislative instrument spelling out the powers of the various arms of government.
It does have a number of constitutional documents which together spell out some of the rights of citizens, while other civil rights are safeguarded by the operation of common law.
The New Zealand politics source book2d ed by Stephen Levine with Paul Harris, offers in its table of contents a very clear outline of New Zealand's constitutional documents. In the New Zealand system, appeals no longer since lie to the Privy Council.
Below it sits the Court of Appeal. Next down in the hierarchy is the High Court of New Zealand, with seats in main centres throughout the country. Finally in this general court system is the District Court, usually the court of first instance for most matters, and these courts are to be found in most towns and cities in New Zealand.
The respective jurisdictions of the High Court and the Court of Appeal are spelt out in the Judicature Actlast reprinted in and very heavily amended since that date.
The jurisdiction of the District Court is enacted in the District Courts Actlast reprinted in In addition to these courts of general jurisdiction, there are also a number of courts of special jurisdiction, such as the Maori Land Court, the Maori Appellate Court, the Environment Court, the Family Court, and the Youth Court.
The two latter are Divisions of the District Court.
In addition to the various courts, there is quite a large number of Administrative Tribunals that exercise judicial power, while there is also a bewildering array of Authorities, Commissions, Ombudsmen, and Boards that exercise statutory decision-making powers.
A truly excellent resource for those who wish to unravel this knotty tangle is the directory provided by the University of Waikato's Law Library. This web site also contains details of where decisions of the various decision-making bodies may be obtained.Interagency Electronic Reporting System Overview.
The Interagency Electronic Reporting System (IERS) is a joint effort with ADF&G, the International Pacific Halibut Commission and the National Marine Fisheries Service – AK Region (NMFS).
JOB AND WORK ANALYSIS Guidelines on Identifying Jobs for Persons with Disabilities Robert Heron ILO Skills and Employability Department. This is an introduction to using R for basic fisheries analysis.
Calculating Catch-per-Unit-Effort (CPUE). You may also be interested in calculating catch-per-unit-effort (CPUE).
An introduction to basic fisheries analysis with R 7 Loading Data and Data Cleaning Screening and cleaning your data to identify and fix any potential errors (missing data, typos, errors, etc.) is an important step before conducting any analyses.
Comparison of nests alongside the tourist path, with nests in the study plots which are away from tourists (Table 1), shows a slightly higher breeding success for nests close to tourists (near to tourists = chicks per nest / not near tourists = chicks per nest). This page introduces what climate change is, the potential impacts and resistance to the otherwise accepted understanding that it is man-made climate change. Fisheries commercial statistics: total and by resource landings, catch per effort, fishing effort (number of trips, days, tows, time spent fishing, etc.), and characteristics of the gears used. Types of operation of the fleets and of its fishing gears, etc.
fishery analysis of the commercial fisheries for eleven coastal migratory pelagic species sero-fssb february john vondruska, ph.d. Part 36 Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability in Public Accommodations and Commercial Facilities (current as of January 17, ).