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    Public meeting in Christchurch tonight 21 September 2009

    By admin | September 21, 2009

    Hi All,

    Public meeting in Christchurch concerning the Anti-Smacking Law, see below for details.

    Unity for Liberty encourages all folk to attend these public meetings when they are in your area, I attended the first meeting in Auckland and found it extremely rewarding.

    If you are able could you please forward these details on to any friends who may be in the area.

    Regards

    Craig Hill

    021746113

    We have organised our next Public Meeting;

    John Boscawen has challenged Clayton Cosgrove to attend. 27000 voted No in his electorate of Waimakariri and 16000 voted for him in the last General election… John is also inviting Kate Wilkinson, the National List MP.

    The details are

    Monday 21 September, 7.30 p.m. St. Bede’s College, Performing Arts Centre, 210 Main North Road, Papanui, Christchurch City

    SPEAKERS INCLUDE

    John Boscawen, ACT M.P., David Garrett, ACT M.P., Larry Baldock, Leader of the Kiwi Party and Referendum Organiser. Other speakers to be advised.

    For details of future meetings

    Email kbridgman@xtra.co.nz

    Or phone 09 531 5531

    Topics: CIR Petition, Referendum, Section 59 - MPs, Section 59 - The Bill | No Comments »

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