Green Party’s answer: Pro-choiceGreens – Totally in support of law change and very strong support from their activist base for change. Won’t put an Abortion Bill in the ballot for the same reason as Labour, doesn’t want to politicise the dormant but loud pro-life movement, but again expect change if they are in a position to form a Government.Source
The Opportunities Party’s answer: Pro-choice, and providing birth control, sex education, and more social services will help reduce the number of abortionsThe Opportunities Party personally submitted this answer on July 12th, 2017. This organization should be praised for their direct communication with voters and commitment to transparency in politics.Learn more about this organization on their WebsiteSource
ACT’s answer: Pro-choiceAbortions are technically a crime in New Zealand and latest statistics reveal in 2014, 97 per cent of medical abortions were performed on mental health grounds.
Seymour says the current laws are a "charade".
"Nobody believes that 97 per cent of women who have abortions are mentally ill, but that is what we are expected to believe according to official statistics.
"The right thing to do is reform abortion law to reflect what actually happens: women exercise choice for their own reasons," he said.Source