2017 Party Policies

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Not formally stated on their website. Media reports indicate they are opposed to legalisation, and believe the current system to be adequate for medical access.

Not formally stated on their website. Media reports indicate they are opposed to legalisation, and believe the current system to be adequate for medical access.

Clear policy: "Continue fighting to protect our social fabric and traditional family values which underpin our society. This includes opposing the liberalization of laws relating to issues such as prostitution, cannabis and other drug use."

Clear policy: "Continue fighting to protect our social fabric and traditional family values which underpin our society. This includes opposing the liberalization of laws relating to issues such as prostitution, cannabis and other drug use."

Not formally stated on their website. Media reports indicate that they would be in favour of legalising medicinal marijuana.

Not formally stated on their website. Media reports indicate that they would be in favour of legalising medicinal marijuana.

Cautiously supportive, have said they're "ready to have the conversation". 

Cautiously supportive, have said they're "ready to have the conversation". 

Clear policy: "New Zealanders deserve a positive and solutions-focused discussion on access to medicinal cannabis, which should be legal, and affordable."

Clear policy: "New Zealanders deserve a positive and solutions-focused discussion on access to medicinal cannabis, which should be legal, and affordable."

Clear policy: "TOP’s approach to cannabis law reform is about reducing the total harm caused by cannabis." Legalising it fully, including recreational use.

Clear policy: "TOP’s approach to cannabis law reform is about reducing the total harm caused by cannabis." Legalising it fully, including recreational use.

The Opportunities Party

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