< Education and Training (Freedom of Expression) Amendment Bill

Education and Training (Freedom of Expression) Amendment Bill

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About this bill

This bill would require that tertiary educations protect freedom of expression, including by issuing codes of practice that set out the procedures students and staff should follow to uphold freedom of expression, and by ensuring that the requirements of codes of practice are met.

Vote counts

42 ayes (supporters)
77 noes (opposers)
0 abstentions
0 absent

Vote outcome

Motion not agreed to; Motion not agreed to.

Member of Parliament responsible

James McDowall


Votes

Yes: ACT New Zealand 10 votes

Yes: National Party 32 votes

No: Green Party 10 votes

No: Labour Party 65 votes

No: Māori Party 2 votes


All data
Bill Education and Training (Freedom of Expression) Amendment Bill
Parliament 53
Vote date 18 May 2022
Reading 1
Success No
Reason A party vote was called for on the question, That the Education and Training (Freedom of Expression) Amendment Bill be now read a first time.
Outcome Motion not agreed to.
Vote type Party vote
Hansard status Corrected
Ayes 42
Noes 77
Abstentions 0
Absent 0

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