Te Puku O Te Whenua


Te Puku O Te Whenua

Te Puku O Te Whenua or "the belly of the land" was one of the five new New Zealand Parliamentary Māori electorates created in 1996 for MMP, which was renamed in the 1999 election.

Population Centres

The electorate includes the following population centres:
* (To be completed)

Tribal Areas

The electorate includes the following tribal areas:

History

Te Puku O Te Whenua, or the belly of the land, was one of the five new Māori seats created for the 1996 election with the introduction of MMP, and which were all won by the Tight Five of the New Zealand First from Labour.

In the 1999 election it was substantially replaced by Ikaroa-Rāwhiti.

Election results

References

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