MATTER OF IMPORTANCE:
COLONIAL DE FACTO PARLIAMENT AT ODDS WITH MAORI
It is rather late in the day for the Colonial de facto Parliament of New Zealand, which purports to govern its territories, to be choosing a new Flag for its recognition to engage in international commerce when the acting Prime Minister and his de facto Parliament have no legal or lawful Constitution.
This image is of the Maori Nation of New Zealand's Flag recognized by His Majesty King William IV of England in 1834 with HMS Alligator firing a 21-gun-salute at Waitangi, to indicate the present of a Sovereign.
MAORI SOVEREIGN CONSTITUTION
The British Crown as the Maori Protectorate, provided the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 for the settlers to govern themselves. However, by their own hand, the New Zealand Company's Parliament and its predecessor Prime Minister extinguished their right to govern themselves when they repealed the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 by its own enactment.
The Colonial de facto Parliament breached the Statutes of Westminster Adoption Act of 1847 which prohibits the repealing of any New Zealand Constitution. The breach was corrected by the British Crown two years later when they enacted into New Zealand law, The Imperial Laws Applications Act 1988 which reinstated English Common Law and recognition of Sovereign Maori Rights and the Unextinguished Native Title to New Zealand.
With the aid of the Queen's Regents resident in New Zealand, the British Crown enacted into New Zealand Law Te Ture Whenua Maori Maori Land Act 1993. This provided the Hereditary Chiefs and Heads of Tribes the first applicable Constitution and Self Government of themselves within their territories of New Zealand.