The Justice Minister's looking to get a multi-party agreement as she plans sweeping reforms of domestic violence laws.
Consultation on changes to the current regime closes in a matter of weeks with the Minister intending to have legislation before Parliament next year.
Amy Adams says she'd like to try to get a multi-party accord on the issue as she thinks it's something that can be pitched above politics.
She said it's the approach she's taken so far and there has been a good consensus working around it.
Adams said if it turns into politicians trying to score points, we risk not doing right by domestic violence victims.
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