Social Assistance (Residency Qualification) Legislation Bill – Third Reading – Video 9
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Social Assistance (Residency Qualification) Legislation Bill – Third Reading – Video 9


contributions from our submitters,
we have contributions from our submitters,
we have not made changes to contributions from our submitters,
we have not made changes to we have not made changes to the
bill. It was so we have not made changes to the
bill. It was so we have not made changes to the
bill. It was so well written in the we have not made changes to the
bill. It was so well written in the bill. It was so well written in the
first place. I commend it bill. It was so well written in the
first place. I commend it first place. I commend it to the
House. House.
Anahila House. House. I’m privileged to stand here tonight
to I’m privileged to stand here tonight
to contribute to the I’m privileged to stand here tonight
to contribute to the to contribute to the third reading
of the Social to contribute to the third reading
of the Social of the Social Assistance (Residency
Qualification) Legislation Bill. of the Social Assistance (Residency
Qualification) Legislation Bill. of the Social Assistance (Residency
Qualification) Legislation Bill. It Qualification) Legislation Bill. It
would be remiss of Qualification) Legislation Bill. It
would be remiss of me Qualification) Legislation Bill. It
would be remiss of me not to respond Qualification) Legislation Bill. It
would be remiss of me not to respond would be remiss of me not to respond
to the would be remiss of me not to respond
to the would be remiss of me not to respond
to the last would be remiss of me not to respond
to the last speaker, where she would be remiss of me not to respond
to the last speaker, where she to the last speaker, where she
acknowledged people who to the last speaker, where she
acknowledged people who acknowledged people who are no
longer in acknowledged people who are no
longer in acknowledged people who are no
longer in this House and who took acknowledged people who are no
longer in this House and who took longer in this House and who took
their time to longer in this House and who took
their time to longer in this House and who took
their time to make a longer in this House and who took
their time to make a longer in this House and who took
their time to make a decision on longer in this House and who took
their time to make a decision on their time to make a decision on
this their time to make a decision on
this very important bill. their time to make a decision on
this very important bill. this very important bill. I would
like this very important bill. I would
like this very important bill. I would
like to acknowledge the this very important bill. I would
like to acknowledge the leadership like to acknowledge the leadership
of the like to acknowledge the leadership
of the like to acknowledge the leadership
of the Hon like to acknowledge the leadership
of the Hon Carmel Sepuloni, for like to acknowledge the leadership
of the Hon Carmel Sepuloni, for of the Hon Carmel Sepuloni, for her
leadership in the of the Hon Carmel Sepuloni, for her
leadership in the leadership in the journey of this
very leadership in the journey of this
very leadership in the journey of this
very important bill as part leadership in the journey of this
very important bill as part very important bill as part of the
Coalition very important bill as part of the
Coalition Coalition government’s Pacific
reset. Coalition government’s Pacific
reset. Why Coalition government’s Pacific
reset. Why do I acknowledge Coalition government’s Pacific
reset. Why do I acknowledge Coalition government’s Pacific
reset. Why do I acknowledge the reset. Why do I acknowledge the
leadership reset. Why do I acknowledge the
leadership reset. Why do I acknowledge the
leadership of the reset. Why do I acknowledge the
leadership of the reset. Why do I acknowledge the
leadership of the Hon leadership of the Hon Carmel
Sepuloni in her leadership of the Hon Carmel
Sepuloni in her leadership Sepuloni in her leadership in
navigating this Sepuloni in her leadership in
navigating this navigating this bill in terms of
courage navigating this bill in terms of
courage navigating this bill in terms of navigating this bill in terms of honourable thing. If we say that
people honourable thing. If we say that
people in honourable thing. If we say that
people in the honourable thing. If we say that
people in the Cook Islands, Niue honourable thing. If we say that
people in the Cook Islands, Niue honourable thing. If we say that
people in the Cook Islands, Niue or people in the Cook Islands, Niue or
Tokelau people in the Cook Islands, Niue or
Tokelau share Tokelau share New Zealand
citizenship, Tokelau share New Zealand
citizenship, Tokelau share New Zealand
citizenship, then Tokelau share New Zealand
citizenship, then why shouldn’t citizenship, then why shouldn’t
every citizenship, then why shouldn’t
every New Zealand citizen citizenship, then why shouldn’t
every New Zealand citizen citizenship, then why shouldn’t
every New Zealand citizen that every New Zealand citizen that
qualifies receive every New Zealand citizen that
qualifies receive every New Zealand citizen that
qualifies receive this qualifies receive this very
important qualifies receive this very
important qualifies receive this very
important opportunity where qualifies receive this very
important opportunity where important opportunity where in doing
so important opportunity where in doing
so important opportunity where in doing
so seeks to important opportunity where in doing
so seeks to important opportunity where in doing
so seeks to provide a important opportunity where in doing
so seeks to provide a so seeks to provide a greater
pension so seeks to provide a greater
pension so seeks to provide a greater
pension flexibility so seeks to provide a greater
pension flexibility for pension flexibility for people who
wish to pension flexibility for people who
wish to pension flexibility for people who
wish to require in any pension flexibility for people who
wish to require in any wish to require in any of those
islands wish to require in any of those
islands wish to require in any of those wish to require in any of those Tokelau or New Zealand for that Tokelau or New Zealand for that Tokelau or New Zealand for that Tokelau or New Zealand for that Tokelau or New Zealand for that Tokelau or New Zealand for that citizens of Tokelau, Niue or the
Cook citizens of Tokelau, Niue or the citizens of Tokelau, Niue or the citizens of New Zealand. On that, Mr
Speaker, citizens of New Zealand. On that, Mr
Speaker, I citizens of New Zealand. On that, Mr
Speaker, I citizens of New Zealand. On that, Mr
Speaker, I want citizens of New Zealand. On that, Mr
Speaker, I want to thank the Speaker, I want to thank the
leadership Speaker, I want to thank the
leadership of the Speaker, I want to thank the
leadership of the leadership of the Rt Hon Jacinda
Ardern, the leadership of the Rt Hon Jacinda
Ardern, the leadership of the Rt Hon Jacinda
Ardern, the Rt Hon Winston leadership of the Rt Hon Jacinda
Ardern, the Rt Hon Winston leadership of the Rt Hon Jacinda
Ardern, the Rt Hon Winston Peters Ardern, the Rt Hon Winston Peters
and the member, Ardern, the Rt Hon Winston Peters
and the member, Ardern, the Rt Hon Winston Peters
and the member, the and the member, the Hon Carmel
Sepuloni. In and the member, the Hon Carmel
Sepuloni. In and the member, the Hon Carmel
Sepuloni. In the languages, and the member, the Hon Carmel
Sepuloni. In the languages, I’d Sepuloni. In the languages, I’d like
to say… to say… to say… to say… Thank you in Tokelau.
And Thank you in Tokelau.
And thank you Thank you in Tokelau.
And thank you And thank you in the Cook Islands
and And thank you in the Cook Islands
and And thank you in the Cook Islands
and Niue. In that And thank you in the Cook Islands
and Niue. In that And thank you in the Cook Islands
and Niue. In that note, Mr Speaker, And thank you in the Cook Islands
and Niue. In that note, Mr Speaker, and Niue. In that note, Mr Speaker,
I commend this bill to and Niue. In that note, Mr Speaker,
I commend this bill to and Niue. In that note, Mr Speaker,
I commend this bill to the House. I commend this bill to the House.
I I commend this bill to the House.
I stand to I commend this bill to the House.
I stand to I commend this bill to the House.
I stand to take a short call on I commend this bill to the House.
I stand to take a short call on Social Assistance (Residency
Qualification) Social Assistance (Residency
Qualification) Social Assistance (Residency
Qualification) Legislation Bill. Qualification) Legislation Bill.
Like Qualification) Legislation Bill.
Like my Qualification) Legislation Bill.
Like my colleagues Qualification) Legislation Bill.
Like my colleagues on this side Qualification) Legislation Bill.
Like my colleagues on this side Like my colleagues on this side of
the House, Like my colleagues on this side of
the House, Like my colleagues on this side of
the House, yes, we do support Like my colleagues on this side of
the House, yes, we do support the House, yes, we do support this
bill. It’s the House, yes, we do support this
bill. It’s the House, yes, we do support this
bill. It’s been the House, yes, we do support this
bill. It’s been a long time the House, yes, we do support this
bill. It’s been a long time bill. It’s been a long time coming,
I admit that. bill. It’s been a long time coming,
I admit that. I bill. It’s been a long time coming,
I admit that. I think bill. It’s been a long time coming,
I admit that. I think the bill. It’s been a long time coming,
I admit that. I think the work bill. It’s been a long time coming,
I admit that. I think the work I admit that. I think the work that
Sir I admit that. I think the work that
Sir I admit that. I think the work that
Sir Bill English did while he

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