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New Zealand's legislative, executive and judicial branches function in accordance with the Constitution Act 1986 and various unwritten conventions, which are derived from the Westminster system.
All Cabinet Ministers must be Members of Parliament (MPs) and are collectively responsible to it.
The Prime Minister and all other ministers take office upon receiving a warrant by the Governor-General.
Unlike many other countries, there is no requirement for a formal vote of approval by the legislature before they may assume office.
Unlike many other nations, New Zealand has no single constitutional document.
The Constitution Act 1986 comprises only a portion of the uncodified constitution, along with a collection of statutes (Acts of Parliament), the Treaty of Waitangi, Orders in Council, letters patent, decisions of the courts and unwritten conventions.