Te Kooti Rangatira o Nu Tireni New Zealand

The judicial system that is currently being examined for implementation to dispense justice in reference to article 3 of He Wakaputanga is the Grand Jury court system made up of peers from the community nga tangata, men and women who will make determinations instead of a judge.  The judge will facilitate  court proceedings and provide guidance in accordance with court rules. 

Law and Protection

For peace and good order -rangimarie to be maintained in our hapori communities – a system of Ture Hunga., Law Officers will be implemented, this is in keeping with article 3 of He Wakaputanga to maintain peace and good order.   Anyone interested in undertaking these roles should be a member of Wakaminenga Maori Government and should make enquiries to Wakaminenga Ture Tiakitanga-Law and Protection Council www.govt.maori.nz 

Creating Laws

The creating of laws is implemented via the Wakawakanga (ture whare runanga) where laws are created.  Te Wakawakanga sits during the Ngahuru from 1 February to 28 October under the auspices of the Chiefs of the Confederation of he United Tribes or Peoples also known as Te Wakaminenga o Nga Rangatira the National Congress of Nu Tireni New Zealand.  This Congress functions as the House of Representatives that represent rohe or district Wakamienga from around Nu Tireni NZ.  The Congress Wakaminenga will be concerned with creating law applicable to the whole of Nu Tireni NZ,  By-laws or local laws may be created via rohe or district Wakaminenga to apply within local areas.

Indigenous Peoples International Court

Run by the International Indigenous Peoples Human Rights Council in St Lucia an independent body that  hears cases for indigenous groups. A Court of International Competence. Matters of international injustice are heard in this Court.