This thoughtful and thought-provoking essay was written by Anthony Willy, a Barrister and Solicitor who served as a Judge on four Courts: District, Environment, Tax and Valuation. He is a former Lecturer in Law at Canterbury University.
In it, he discusses the dangerous precedent that has now been set in New Zealand, and around the English speaking world, as “for the first time in our history all of these rights have been suspended presumably because it is thought that to do so is in the greater public interest.”
Published: 12 April 2020
From The New Zealand Centre of Political Research
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