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The Monarchist League of New Zealand, Inc. is an organisation formed in 1995 whose object is to support the retention of constitutional monarchy in New Zealand. The Chairman of the League since 2000 is Noel Cox, a constitutional law expert and Professor of Law at the Auckland University of Technologymarker (AUT). Since 2000, the Patron of the League has been Sir Peter Tapsell, a former Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives from 1993 to 1996. Former National MP Ian Revell was patron of the League 1995 - 2000.

Aims and principles

  • To bring together New Zealanders of diverse ethnic backgrounds, political affiliations, religious loyalties and varied occupations in order to promote loyalty and respect for the Sovereign of New Zealand and understanding of the Constitutional Monarchy.
  • To promote, and engage in, the study of the Monarchy, and the roles of the Crown in the New Zealand system of democratic government.
  • To foster appreciation of the value of the Monarchy amongst students and to promote its study in educational institutions.
  • To inform the New Zealand public of the contemporary and historical importance of the Monarchy for the New Zealand identity through displays, speakers, festivals, media appearances, publications, and related activities.

Queen Elizabeth II's personal flag for New Zealand
  • To defend royal prerogatives, to ensure that they are not further eroded, so enabling the Monarch to be truly the font of Justice and Honour, and so protect the liberty of the subject from political and bureaucratic encroachments.

The Monarchist League of New Zealand, Inc. is member of the International Monarchist Conference.


  • Sean Palmer (Vice-Chairman)
  • Mrs Robyn Bridgman (Secretary)
  • Captain Chris Barradale (Treasurer)
  • Simon O'Connor (Media Liasion)
  • Roger Barnes
  • Brett Cunningham

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