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Auckland's Annual May Day March


March on International Workers' Day - May 1st

For workers' rights and international solidarity

Wednesday 5.30pm from Downtown QEII Square

March up Queen Street, rally at Aotea Square. Social 7pm Trades Hall 147 Great North Road Grey Lynn

This year in Auckland we are marching to oppose the privatising plans of Mayor John Banks and his Council. Keep Council services; preserve pensioner housing. Banks Out! Pensioners In!

Defend workers' rights - scrap all anti-strike laws. There are still many restrictions on the legal right to strike. Workers and their unions can be fined tens of thousands of dollars if a strike is deemed 'illegal'.

Oppose New Zealand's involvement in US-led wars of aggression. Solidarity with the Palestinian people.

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