Resource Legislation Amendment Bill – Committee Stage (21) – Part 1

Resource Legislation Amendment Bill – Committee Stage (21) – Part 1

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Tejano at all he could provisions which are seriously damaging to the constitutional arrangements in this country Thank You mr. Honorable David Parker mr. chairman barnacle I hope Maremma Fox was listening to the response from the Honorable next Smith because when asked what crops means he says essentially plants that produce crops such as cereals vegetables or fruit that’s what it means therefore it doesn’t mean pasture it probably doesn’t mean forestry well Marama Fox is signing the death warrant of the Maori Party at this election if they vote through this bill that is what this is that that’s the only reason that you’ve pushed this hard or that your party has pushed this hard for this amendment is that you know that your party will be held to account by the electors of pork spey Northland and throughout the country for selling them down the drain and respect of GM pastures that can now be knocked out as illegal and will be by this minister if and if and power to do so after the election at this bill passes Marama Fox that’s what the minister said that’s what the dictionary saya crop is that’s what most of us understand a croppers they don’t understand don’t understand a crop to be a bit of grass or a bit of pasture growing they understand the crop well oh well that’s what the minister said the minister I’m sure we’ll hit that’s on hand side you read hansard you read a dictionary Marama Fox you are consigning your party to history that is the seriousness of what you are contemplating and we will cause you to be held to account for your egregious passage into law of a of a law which confers regulation making powers on the minister I’d like to hear what’s being said and those constant bearing is unacceptable tone it down Thank You minute of partners Thank You mr. chairman I’ve made my point the political consequences of this will be visited upon the Maori Party at the next election a crop as the minister said is something that produces crops such as cereal vegetables or fruit they are that’s what he said and that’s what the dictionary say and that’s what most people will think there’s claws like so I want to that you that this is this is big politics for the Maori Party and you’ve got it wrong you’ve got it wrong the only reason that you’re back here are supporting this is because of this amendment and this amendment does not do what you are telling to your voters it does do mr. mr. mr. that mr. speaker the Productivity Commission says that they suggest various improvements to resource management processes which largely line where the Labour Party stands on the need for free rules re land availability for housing mechanisms to make sure that the inefficiencies of infrastructure you so are visited upon those who cause them if they put the subdivision in the wrong place but nonetheless overcoming the problems of the drip feeding of land through councils and land bankers at the moment sir this legislation doesn’t achieve those purposes it further complicates the RMA it has too much power than the executive the minister says that these trust me he sent Sheila says trust me and respected my rules to overrule the substance of glens I’m not going to use them except responsibly that’s what he’s saying but actually the power goes far broader than that and does allow central government a ride local decisions made under plans sir there are many other provisions and this clause that and so I’m going to make a slight Lee procedural point here we are with the government constructing amendments to every part of the RMA which is a very long document and every one of us is restricted to for calls and in a call we can only really make one or two points and in respect of important points just such as that that I creepy I’ve just been making you’ve got to actually use more than one call on that one point so through the government waking all of these changes to the RMA in one part you’re effectively frustrating this Parliament having a decent debate about so many other details that are flawed in this bill to the debt long-term Demetric detriment of the environment to increased costs to those who have to wrestle with the section i haven’t had to time to talk about the flawed collaborative processes or the other under coop maremma Fox You mr. chair for

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