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Government pushes for more transparency on political donations

But National questions why changes are being rushed through before independent review of electoral law reports back.

Justice Minister Kiritapu Allan.

Brent Edwards Mon, 27 Jun 2022

The Government proposes the identities of those who make political donations of more than $5000 for the 2023 election be disclosed.

Under current law, only donations of more than $15,000 in a calendar year have to be disclosed.

Justice Minister Kiritapu Allan said the changes being made were aimed at

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