Here’s a list of 49 MPs who voted for a referendum on euthanasia because they supported euthanasia and knew they had to vote for a referendum to get the law passed, but voted against a referendum on abortion because they didn’t think it was necessary to get the law passed. In other words, they voted according to getting the result they wanted, rather than on the principle of whether the general public should have a say on such controversial moral issues.

What’s also interesting is that 70% of the MPs who voted for the extreme abortion law were the inconsistent voters below. No principles necessary eh. Here’s the culprits. Probably no surprises.

  • Seymour David Act
  • Davidson Marama Green
  • Genter Julie Anne Green
  • Ghahraman Golriz Green
  • Hughes Gareth Green
  • Logie Jan Green
  • Sage Eugenie Green
  • Shaw James Green
  • Swarbrick Chloe Green
  • Allan Kiri Labour
  • Andersen Virginia Labour
  • Ardern Jacinda Labour
  • Craig Liz Labour
  • Curran Claire Labour
  • Davis Kelvin Labour
  • Dyson Ruth Labour
  • Eagle Paul Labour
  • Faafoi Kris Labour
  • Henare Peeni Labour
  • Hipkins Chris Labour
  • Huo Raymond Labour
  • Lees-Galloway Iain Labour
  • Little Andrew Labour
  • Lubeck Marja Labour
  • Luxton Jo Labour
  • McAnulty Kieran Labour
  • Nash Stuart Labour
  • Parker David Labour
  • Prime Willow-Jean Labour
  • Radhakrishnan Priyanca Labour
  • Robertson Grant Labour
  • Sepuloni Carmel Labour
  • Tinetti Jan Labour
  • Warren-Clark Angie Labour
  • Webb Duncan Labour
  • Woods Megan Labour
  • Adams Amy National
  • Bennett Paula National
  • Bishop Chris National
  • Collins Judith National
  • Doocey Matt National
  • Falloon Andrew National
  • Kaye Nikki National
  • Kuriger Barbara National
  • Simpson Scott National
  • Stanford Erica National
  • van de Molen Timothy National
  • Yang Jian National
  • Ross Jami-Lee Independent

To give credit where credit is due, here’s the 59 MPs who voted consistently on referendums, either against them on both issues, or for them on both issues. i.e. principled & consistent support/opposition for referendums

  • Clark David Labour
  • Coffey Tamati Labour
  • Jackson Willie Labour
  • Kanongata’a-Suisuiki Anahila Labour
  • Mahuta Nanaia Labour
  • Mallard Trevor Labour
  • O’Connor Damien Labour
  • Rurawhe Adrian Labour
  • Sio Aupito William Labour
  • Twyford Phil Labour
  • Wall Louisa Labour
  • Whaitiri Meka Labour
  • Williams Poto Labour
  • Wood Michael Labour
  • Bakshi Kanwaljit Singh National
  • Bayly Andrew National
  • Bidois Dan National
  • Bridges Simon National
  • Brown Simeon National
  • Carter David National
  • Dean Jacqui National
  • Dowie Sarah National
  • Garcia Paulo National
  • Goldsmith Paul National
  • Guy Nathan National
  • Hayes Joanne National
  • Hipango Harete National
  • Hudson Brett National
  • King Matt National
  • Lee Denise National
  • Lee Melissa National
  • McClay Todd National
  • McKelvie Ian National
  • Mitchell Mark National
  • Muller Todd National
  • O’Connor Simon National
  • Parmar Parmjeet National
  • Penk Christopher National
  • Pugh Maureen National
  • Reti Shane National
  • Scott Alastair National
  • Smith Nick National
  • Smith Stuart National
  • Tolley Anne National
  • Upston Louise National
  • Wagner Nicky National
  • Walker Hamish National
  • Willis Nicola National
  • Woodhouse Michael National
  • Young Jonathan National
  • Ball Darroch NZFirst
  • Jones Shane NZFirst
  • Marcroft Jennifer NZFirst
  • Mark Ron NZFirst
  • Martin Tracey NZFirst
  • Mitchell Clayton NZFirst
  • Patterson Mark NZFirst
  • Peters Winston NZFirst
  • Tabuteau Fletcher NZFirst

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