This bill introduces new requirements for the Government to report annually on its wellbeing objectives in the Budget, and for the Treasury to report periodically on the state of wellbeing in New Zealand.
63 ayes (supporters)
57 noes (opposers)
Motion agreed to; Bill read a first time.
|Bill||Public Finance (Wellbeing) Amendment Bill|
|Vote date||17 September 2019|
|Reason||A party vote was called for on the question, That the Public Finance (Wellbeing) Amendment Bill be now read a first time.|
|Outcome||Bill read a first time.|
|Vote type||Party vote|
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