2011 New Zealand general election - Background - MPs retiring in 2011

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. MPs retiring in 2011 Nineteen MPs, including all five ACT MPs and the sole Progressive MP, intended to retire at the end of the 49th Parliament. One of the ACT MPs, John Boscawen, contested Tāmaki, but did not expect to win and was not on the party list. National MP Allan Peachey died three weeks before the election.

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