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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@95Q2FPC answered…2wks

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@95KB458 answered…3wks

Those who have NZ residency and have been living in NZ over 4 years.

@94XMF7B answered…1mo

Yes, but only after they have lived the the country for 18 months

@93YNQ87 answered…2mos

Yes, but only if they have been living in the country for 5 years and pay taxes

@93W94YM answered…3mos

No, only legal citizens who are Tax Positive should be allowed to vote.

@93HVY9S answered…4mos

@8XSB6DG answered…10mos

please define, non citizens in the form of residents can already vote what is a foreighener

@8X3B4DQ answered…11mos

Aybody who is a citizen or permanent resident of NZ over the age of 18 should be eligible to vote in our general and local epections.

@8TL8SD3 answered…1yr

Only if they are a resident or citizen, or have been living here for more than 4 years.

@8T4N3WQ answered…1yr

Sure but only little ones in there area and then they can vote normally after maybe 7 years

@8SSJKXX answered…1yr

@8S72CQ5 answered…1yr

Yes, but only for Residents (more than two years) and Permanent Residents

@8QDK4SP answered…2yrs

Allowed to vote once NZ residence (not permanent residence) has been achieved

@8P8XR2H answered…2yrs

@8J6FHH4 answered…2yrs

Yes, only if they have demonstrated ethics and morals of western culture.

@8HXYLY8 answered…2yrs

If you permanent have permanent residency you should be allowed to vote

@8HTN32Y answered…2yrs

@8HNKQPX answered…2yrs

Yes, if they intend to stay at least as long as the next term of government in which they are voting.

@8HLYDMQ answered…2yrs

Yes, if they are on a resident visa they should be allowed to vote.

@8HGKTNX answered…2yrs

@8H7BY5J answered…2yrs

Yes,If they have a vested interest in the country because they are working and bringing up families here and paying income tax

@8H79JWV answered…2yrs

Yes but only if they will be living in the country for 4 years or more

@8H6GZKW answered…2yrs

Yes as long as their intention is to remain here and at least 80% of their year is spent in New Zealand on their path to citizenship.

@8H67G92 answered…2yrs

Yes, but they must reach the 1350 days of living in NZ and not the 5-year total.

@8H5YS4P answered…2yrs

Yes, but only after residing in the country for 1 year with an intention to for at least 2 more years

@8H5TY4R answered…2yrs

Yes, but they must have lived in NZ for over 10 years consecutively.

@8H3Y55R answered…2yrs

New Zealand citizens and permanent residents should be able to vote


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