We are a political party that seeks the common good through common sense.
We believe in the sanctity of human life, our responsibility to care for the environment, and promotion of social cohesion.
We hold to the importance of family, personal responsibility, equal justice for all, the power of free enterprise, and a strong national identity.
We believe the role of government should be to provide people the freedom necessary to justly pursue their own goals, while ensuring meaningful support is available to those in need.
Conserve the good for a better New Zealand
Our vision is for a united New Zealand that encompasses the individuality that continues to create it; a prosperous nation, truly free, and always manifestly democratic.
Our vision is for a government which is for the people, and by the people; protecting life, freedom and property, while recognising equal rights, privileges and responsibilities of the individual.
Our vision is for a nation with strong leadership that reflects the values New Zealanders have lived and breathed for generations and keeps precious the uniqueness that defines this great country – values such as the nurturing of our young, the honouring of our old, maximum opportunity, and the pride of achievement.
This is the New Zealand we believe in. This is the New Zealand we passionately live for.
New Conservative stands for
- A belief in loyalty to a sovereign and united New Zealand, the supremacy of democratic parliamentary institutions, and the rule of law.
- A belief in the institutions of Parliament and the right of citizens to direct government by the democratic process.
- A belief in the equality of all New Zealanders and that all citizens, regardless of race, gender or religion, have equal rights and privileges.
- A belief in a decent society that values life, individual privacy, the freedom of the individual (including freedom of speech, conscience, faith and assembly), the right to defend one’s self and property, and the importance of family.
- A belief that it is the responsibility of individuals to provide for themselves, their families and their dependants, while recognising that government must respond to those who require assistance and compassion.