Sir Geoffrey Palmer has played a huge role in New Zealand’s public, legal landscape over the past with high impact roles too numerous to name. He is a former Minister for Justice, Minister for Environment, Deputy Prime Minister, Prime Minister, a President of the NZ law commission and NZ commissioner to the International Whaling Commission.
His latest work is to champion more accessibility in democracy, pushing for a simple, accessible, constitution for New Zealand. What does this mean? What would this change? Why is it important?