close
Politics
4 mins to read

Opposition unimpressed with Supreme Court decision on voting age

UPDATED: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Cabinet will draft a piece of legislation with a proposal to lower the age of voting to 16.

Make it 16 co-director Caeden Tipler speaks with Brent Edwards.

Brent Edwards Mon, 21 Nov 2022

UPDATED: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said she personally favours lowering the voting age.

Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark also agreed, when speaking at the post-Cabinet news conference today.

Ardern said it would be a decision for all MPs to consider, as well as being discussed during a

Want to read more? It's easy.

Choose your best value subscription option

Student

Exclusive offer for uni students studying at a New Zealand university (valued at $499).
Individual
Group membership
NBR Marketplace
NZ Aviation News

Yearly Premium Online Subscription

NZ$499.00 / yearly

Monthly Premium Online Subscription

NZ$44.95 / monthly

Smartphone Only Subscription

NZ$24.95 / monthly

Premium Group Membership 10 Users

NZ$350+GST / monthly

$35 per user - Pay by monthly credit card debit

Premium Group Membership 20 Users

NZ$600+GST / monthly

$30 per user - Pay by monthly credit card debit

Premium Group Membership 50 Users

NZ$1250+GST / monthly

$25 per user - Pay by monthly credit card debit

Premium Group Membership 100 Users

NZ$1875+GST / monthly

$18.75 per user - Pay by monthly credit card debit

Yearly Premium Online Subscription + NBR Marketplace

NZ$499.00 / yearly

Aviation News - Monthly

NZ$14.95 / monthly

Already have an account? Login
Contact the Writer: brent@nbr.co.nz
News tip? Question? Typo? Let us know: editor@nbr.co.nz
© All content copyright NBR. Do not reproduce in any form without permission, even if you have a paid subscription.
Opposition unimpressed with Supreme Court decision on voting age
Politics,
96695