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Caretaker Government and the Evolution of Caretaker Conventions in New Zealand
Since the financial crisis immediately following the 1984 general election, various efforts have been made to clarify the role and responsibilities of caretaker governments in New Zealand. The need to do so was given added urgency as a result of the referendum in 1993 in favour of proportional representation. This article examines the recent evolution of New Zealand's caretaker conventions and assesses their application following the first MMP election in late 1996. The article begins with adoi:10.26686/vuwlr.v28i4.6057 fatcat:7d3gl5vayrf3ljnsckneyxhguq