NMP (political party)

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NMP was a political organisation in New Zealand. Several different meanings of the initials "NMP" have been given at different times - the more common definitions are "No More Parties", "No More Politics", and "New Millennium Partnership". The party went through several stages — in the 1999 election, its platform drew on theories of the New Age movement, but by the 2002 election, it appears to have been captured by a group aiming for the radical reform of the New Zealand political system. As a result of its multiple incarnations, its policy focus was not well communicated. In the 2002 election, it received only 274 votes (0.01%) across New Zealand.[1] It never won any seats, and on 14 March 2003, the party was officially removed from the register of parties at its own request.

References

  1. ^ "Official Count Results -- Overall Status". Electoral Commission. Retrieved 7 August 2013.

External links

  • An old NMP manifesto (archived)
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