MPs, parties and electorates

There are eight political parties represented in the 50th Parliament by 121 members of Parliament. These include 63 general electorate members, 7 members representing Māori electorates, and 51 members selected from party lists.

  • Members of Parliament

    Members of Parliament being sworn in. Photo: Photography by Woolf.

    Members of Parliament being sworn in. Photo: Photography by Woolf.

    This section includes list of current members, a biography page for each member, current members' contact details in print format, and details of parliamentary friendship groups. Members of Parliament

  • Parliamentary parties

    Members of Parliament in the debating chamber. Photo: Photography by Woolf.

    Members of Parliament in the debating chamber. Photo: Photography by Woolf.

    There are eight parliamentary parties in the 50th Parliament — ACT New Zealand, Green Party, Labour Party, Mana Party, Māori Party, National Party, New Zealand First and United Future. Parliamentary parties

  • Electorate profiles

    Electorate profiles for each of the seven Māori electorates and 63 general electorates in New Zealand are published here. Electorate profiles are produced by the Parliamentary Library. Each profile includes election results, statistics about people, households and industries, and maps. Electorate profiles