Prosperity Party New Zealand
Economic Recovery Policy
‘Prosperity Party NZ’ releases Economic Recovery Policy
New Zealand is, and has been, enduring a situation which we have not encountered in living memory. The Covid-19 virus has left a deep and indelible effect on New Zealand and New Zealanders, and one that we will be feeling the effects of for some considerable time. Overall, we have coped. Now we must recover, not just to restore but to improve our way of life.
We are excited to release our vision on how New Zealand and New Zealanders can become prosperous and unify us a nation in our rebuild. This policy has been deliberately formed ensuring we have the right plan that New Zealanders can see benefits from, to reestablish and enhance our standard of living.
We have been dismayed at other political parties politicizing these recent events and campaigning on the plight of so many. ‘Prosperity Party NZ’ chose not to make campaign statements, rather offer encouragement and comment. Now, as we focus on the light at the end of the tunnel, it is time to re-evaluate and strategize a way forward.
From our comprehensive manifesto, ‘Prosperity Party NZ’ has three major policies that we see as vital to our future transition out of Covid and into a new reality of life in Aotearoa. Our Economic Recovery policy, (the first policy to be released) will provide the opportunity to re-calibrate and ensure prosperity for all. Along with this, our four underlying principles speak to who we are, what we believe in and how we can move forward in a new world. ‘Prosperity Party NZ’ will protect and grow New Zealand with our Economic Recovery package which will ensure: the growth of business, protection of our environment, promote personal accountability, encourage innovation, and ensure a fair deal for all.
Prosperity Party Leader Helen Peterson says “for too long the pursuit for growth has come at the expense of everyday New Zealanders”. “We must take a more strategic and common sense approach to the lives of New Zealanders, we have sold off, exported, and allowed our country to be exploited for too long” “It’s time to harness the enormous talent and bounty this country has to offer and ensure Prosperity is shared to all New Zealanders”. ‘Preservation, Innovation, Transparency and Accountability’ will be what successfully sees us through this time of global transformation.