Enhancing Identity Verification and Border Processes Legislation Bill- Second Reading – Video 11

Enhancing Identity Verification and Border Processes Legislation Bill- Second Reading – Video 11

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lined Thank You Feeny Henry tamakwa tonight with tomorrow’s de Fadi sir I stand in support of enhancing our Deen identity verification in water processes legislation bulletins I want to touch on the point made by the member mr. Jonathan young I think he makes a very good point the particular crime the devious nature and of course the premeditation exhibited by the particular member that by the particular person that calls the review into this process is despicable it’s a crime that the whole country I’m sure could not believe took place to see that somebody could flout the system the way they did and end up for we know on a beach somewhere overseas drinking margaritas we don’t know them but the point is this is that person got away with a crime and fleed this country and we should all be concerned about that because if we consider our entire process as a chain it’s only as strong as its weakest links it and when I look at this bill and I’ve read through some of the submissions a lot of these things I don’t think are overstepping the mark I actually think they’re needed the only thing I’m sorry about is is that it took an incident or a devious crime like the one perpetrated for the sexually happen sir biometric data isn’t the future biometric data is there now biometric data is the now most places around the world or certainly Western countries around the world you go to they collect biometric data so it’s only a reasonable step to think that in New Zealand we’d be doing the same we’d be doing the same so I know that there were concerns expressed during the submissions to the Select Committee about the privacy about the privacy of information with regard to the information sharing across multiple agencies sir with but the warning is given in the submissions I think the consideration is fear because I do believe that in order for us to have a strong system I talked about the weakest link we must have strong links right across we must have strong links right across so any opportunity that organizations or departments or agencies can come together to share the information on a pre-arranged agreement one that one that protects the rights of the individuals and has due respect for all of the legislation involved I think is a good thing one that allows them to share information it’s not a new thing in fact them I know many of the social welfare agencies did I know a lot of the education agencies do it in fact I recall that when this particular bill came to the selection a Senate committee sue Levine Minister for Corrections was engaged in conversations with Corrections departments over in Australia around information cheering and I think that’s a good thing to make sure that the system is robust the system is very bus granted there were a submissions against that warning against the overstepping of the mark the point there but having accepted that information sharing will only make the system better I think is a good thing moving forward soo REE victimization is always the concern when when characters are when when criminals are able to get themselves into a position to revitalise those of crime so and that’s of a real concern to all people in New Zealand I’ll tell you a New Zealand so in order for that to stop I think a piece of legislation like this is called for one that will see a more robust system moving forward colleagues on this side of the house or across the house I’ve already mentioned that most of the recommendations were picked up by this Minister and I think we’ve got a legislation that certainly I know the Labour Party will be supporting sure I also take the point of my mr. Adrian the new Duffy only time will tell is we’re able to assist and monitor the proposed system when it’s in place we’re able to get a trend or at least get some data that will support whether or not this particular legislation is a good one I think it is I think it’s moving us in the right direction and it was said that it took a crime for the report of the crime a crime sorry the inner report an order for us to strengthen this particular part of the legislation and we support this particular bill to the house and look forward to moving forward koakuma : Thank You mr. speaker and

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