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Political parties keep keen eye on Supreme Court voting age case

There is still not widespread political support for lowering voting age to 16.

Green MP Golriz Ghahraman speaks with Brent Edwards.

Brent Edwards Mon, 11 Jul 2022

Advocates of a lower voting age go to the Supreme Court tomorrow in an effort to get declarations that not allowing 16 and 17-year-olds to vote is a breach of the Bill of Rights Act.

At the same time, the Green Party’s electoral reform spokesperson Golriz Ghahraman has a Member’s Bill before

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