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    More Support for Referendum

    By HEF Admin | July 18, 2008


    Remember Sue Bradford’s amendment to the Crimes Act, the anti smacking bill?

    Eighty per cent of you said you didn’t want it.

    So what did the parliamentarians do? They passed it against your wishes.

    That bill should have gone to a binding National Referendum.

    You should have a chance to have your say.

    If we had been in power we would have done that, and your decision would have been binding.

    We promise you this. As soon as we gain a position of influence we will press for a binding national referendum on Sue Bradford’s anti-smacking law.

    Dave Llewell believes in restoring the family in New Zealand and supporting real fathering.

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