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This bill provides powers to enforcement officers to respond to a range of criminal offending in international waters including offences that take place on board a New Zealand-flagged vessel in international waters, offences that take place on board a foreign-flagged vessel or stateless vessel in international waters for which New Zealand has extraterritorial jurisdiction, and situations where an alleged offender or evidence of criminal offending is located on a New Zealand, foreign, or stateless vessel in international waters.
110 ayes (supporters)
10 noes (opposers)
Motion agreed to; Motion agreed to.
|Bill||Maritime Powers Bill|
|Vote date||1 March 2022|
|Reason||A party vote was called for on the question, That the Maritime Powers Bill be now read a second time.|
|Outcome||Motion agreed to.|
|Vote type||Party vote|
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