Winston Peters' Treaty Principles Deletion Bill will be back in Parliament today. Fortunately, it's expected to fall at the first reading, with Labour, the Greens, and the Maori Party all lining up to vote against it. But like Larry Baldock's Marriage (Gender Clarification) Amendment Bill, it isn't really intended to succeed. Instead, the goal of both bills is precisely to force the government to vote them down, thus mobilising NZFirst's and United Future's respective bases of culturally insecure bigots.
If you're unsure why this bill is a bad idea, see here.