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New Zealand is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy,[211] although its constitution is not codified.[212] Elizabeth II is the Queen of New Zealand and the head of state.[213] The Queen is represented by the Governor-General, whom she appoints on the advice of the Prime Minister.[214] The New Zealand Parliament holds legislative power and consists o

New Zealand is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy,[211] although its constitution is not codified.[212] Elizabeth II is the Queen of New Zealand and the head of state.[213] The Queen is represented by the Governor-General, whom she appoints on the advice of the Prime Minister.[214] The New Zealand Parliament holds legislative power and consists of the Queen and the House of Representatives.[215] A parliamentary general election must be called no later than three years after the previous election.[216] New Zealand is identified as one of the world's most stable and well-governed states,[217][218] with high government transparency and among the lowest perceived levels of corruption.[219]

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