< Ombudsmen (Protection of Name) Amendment Bill

Ombudsmen (Protection of Name) Amendment Bill

About this bill

This bill will protect the use of the name "Ombudsman" by restricting its use to persons appointed under the Ombudsman Act 1975 or a public sector department or organisation responsible for the administration of the Ombudsman Act 1975.

Vote counts

63 ayes (supporters)
57 noes (opposers)
0 abstentions
0 absent

Vote outcome

Motion agreed to; Bill read a second time.

Member of Parliament responsible

Votes

Yes: Green Party 8 votes

Yes: Labour Party 46 votes

Yes: New Zealand First 9 votes

No: ACT New Zealand 1 vote

No: National Party 55 votes

No: Jami-Lee Ross Independent


All data
Bill Ombudsmen (Protection of Name) Amendment Bill
Parliament 52
Vote date 17 December 2019
Reading 2
Success Yes
Reason A party vote was called for on the question, That the Ombudsmen (Protection of Name) Amendment Bill be now read a second time.
Outcome Bill read a second time.
Vote type Party vote
Hansard status Final
Ayes 63
Noes 57
Abstentions 0
Absent 0

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