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Government of New Zealand: Treaty of Waitangi, Governor-General of New Zealand, Constitution of New Zealand, Education in New Zealand NOT A BOOK

Government of New Zealand: Treaty of Waitangi, Governor-General of New Zealand, Constitution of New Zealand, Education in New Zealand

NOT A BOOK

Published August 14th 2011
ISBN : 9781157600442
Paperback
42 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 41. Chapters: Treaty of Waitangi, Governor-General of New Zealand, Constitution of New Zealand, Education in NewMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 41. Chapters: Treaty of Waitangi, Governor-General of New Zealand, Constitution of New Zealand, Education in New Zealand, List of Governors-General of New Zealand, New Zealand Fire Service, Realm of New Zealand, Local Government Act 2002, Oath of Allegiance, Administrator of the Government, New Zealand order of precedence, Oath of Citizenship, New Zealand Treasury, New Zealand Ministry of Works, Primary Health Organisation, Executive Council of New Zealand, Govt3, New Zealand Geographic Board, Business.govt.nz, Invitation to Present Commercial Opportunities, Human Rights Commission, New Zealand Superannuation Fund, Supreme Court Act 2003, Official Secretary to the Governor-General of New Zealand, Local Government Commission, New Zealand official publications, The New Zealand Gazette, Overseas Investment Commission, Local Government New Zealand, New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation. Excerpt: The Governor-General of New Zealand (M?ori: ) is the representative of the monarch of New Zealand (currently, Queen Elizabeth II). The Governor-General acts as the Queens vice-regal representative in New Zealand and is often viewed as the de facto head of state. The Constitution Act 1986 provides that a Governor-General appointed by the Sovereign is the Sovereigns representative in New Zealand. There is no specific term, but by convention the Governor-General usually serves for approximately five years. The offices full title is: The Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief in and over New Zealand. The functions and roles of the Governor-General are set out in letters patent issued in 1983 (amended in 2006), and include: appointing ministers and judges, dissolving Parliament, granting assent to legislation, issuing writs for elections and bestowing honours. All the Governor-Generals duties are carried out in the name of The Queen. Beyond ...