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Important Public Meeting In Auckland - 7 March

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WATER ISSUES - GATS - WTO- THE PEOPLES OPTION Public Meeting Auckland 7 March 7.30pm

Main Speaker: Murray Dobbin - writer for Financial Post - Canada. Acclaimed critic of neo-liberal globalisation. Murray will deal with the issue of public services being jeopardised by GATS (General Agreement on Trades In Services, WTO and more . . .

Other speakers will cover the water services in Auckland Region where the present thrust toward user charges, commercialisation and privatisation is being driven further by the Region Water Review - and an explanation of the PEOPLE'S OPTION which provides an alternative to organise and fund water services on a rational basis, with community values and and democratic traditions protected.

Come and join up with our collective cause of mass opposition against this threat to our vital public services.

All welcome - collection for donations For further information: Ph 09 846 9825, 09 836 6389 or 09 298 6548 Organised by the People's Option Water Coalition (The Water Pressure Group Papakura Water Pressure Group Citizens Against Privatisation)

Jim Gladwin for

The Water Pressure Group http://www.water-pressure-group.org.nz/ email: Water Pressure Group PO Box 19764 Auckland 7 New Zealand Fax 64 9 828 4593 Ph 64 9 846 9825


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