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New zealand election farmers will be out in force in the coming weeks to persuade voters to reject the Liberal party’s controversial proposal to increase the age of eligibility for the right to vote from 16 to 18

New zealand election farmers will be out in force in the coming weeks to persuade voters to reject the Liberal party’s controversial proposal to increase the age of eligibility for the right to vote from 16 to 18.

The Opposition said the government would not honour the law, which makes 16 years old the same age as anyone else.

“To suggest that the government is proposing to raise the age of voting is ludicrous, simply because it’s not,” says Coalition junior minister Pauline Hanson.

On Monday the Government announced it had introduc가평출장마사지ed legislation to increase the number of youth voters from 16 to 18 from June 1, and from 17 to 19 by March 31, 2020.

Hanson’s group was planning to launch its campaign by emailing about 100 people a week about the changes, which could also see an increased number of voters aged between 18 and 25 in marginal seats up for election.

T제주출장안마 제주출장마사지here are about 10,000 applications already received each week from young people, she says.

“If the government really wants to prevent this generation from getting a vote that they shouldn’t be able to, then they should not be allowing any young person to vote. I’m urging people in marginal seats to vote today. The old days were full of the kids who came to the polls and did not think they really wanted to vote,” says Mrs Hanson.

A survey by the Hanson-aligned One Nation party of 3,000 people found a majority of Australians support the government’s proposal to introduce an 18-year age limit for young people 에스엠 카지노to vote, with only 34 per cent opposed.

A survey carried out by the Ipsos-Reid poll suggested that an 18-year age limit was supported by 53 per cent of Australians and 36 per cent of 18- to 29-year-olds.

However, a smaller majority of the two, 53 per cent, of those aged 18-24, said they wanted an 18-year limit for young people to vote, compared with 53 per cent of people aged 25-34 and 43 per cent of those aged 35-44.

Mr Hanson argues the government should instead introduce a system to make it harder for teenagers to change their mind about marriage, or have their own partner join, or having a kid with multiple parents.

“We should do away with a marriage law like Australia does today, for example, where if you want to have a wedding or a domestic partnership, you have to find someone new, and you need to bring somebody up first,” he says.