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Norm Withers On Petition

Release From Norm Withers

Victims now have a real opportunity to be put back at the center of the justice system.

With our petition forcing our parliament to hold a citizen's initiated referendum at the election, victim restitution is now firmly on the election platform.

Graham Capill of the Christian Heritage Party and Mike Moore from Labour are to be congratulated for their strong support for this petition.

Christian Heritage is the only party per se to have a policy platform supporting our petition and I am sure voters up and down the country will realise this when it comes to voting day. All other parties are weasel wording their policies, so it will be real fun to watch them scrabble to do backward flips in support of this referendum.
As they say, you can fool some of the people some of the time, but not all of them all of the time. I look forward to the spectacle of policy "uturns" and fudging. CHP's Victim Restitution policy stands out a clear vote winner by a country mile!

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