Russia Sanctions Bill

About this bill

This bill establishes a framework for implementing sanctions by New Zealand in response to the aggressive acts and other breaches of international law by the Russian Federation, in particular, its illegal invasion of Ukraine. These sanctions are to be imposed and enforced on individuals or entities that are responsible for, or are associated with, actions that undermine the sovereignty or territorial integrity of Ukraine or that are of economic or strategic relevance to Russia.

Current status

Royal Assent given 11 March 2022.
Enacted as the Russia Sanctions Act 2022 (2022/6)

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill

All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 53
Ref 111-1
Introduced 9 March 2022
First reading 9 March 2022
Second reading 9 March 2022
Committee of the whole House 9 March 2022
Third reading 9 March 2022
Royal Assent 11 March 2022
Enacted as Russia Sanctions Act 2022 (2022/6)
Divided No

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