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Scoop Images: 1400 At Auckland Fiji Crisis Meeting

1400 PEOPLE ATTEND MEETING AT MAHATMA GANDHI CENTRE AUCKLAND
Story and Photos Geoff Beynon

The Action for Restoration of Democracy in Fiji group yesterday called a meeting in the Mahatma Gandhi Centre in Auckland which was attended by 1400 people.

The meeting was addressed by a panel of officials comprising New Zealand Government ministers including Foreign Minister Phil Goff and Associate Minister Matt Robson, Green Party foreign affairs spokesperson Keith Locke, Auckland City Councillors, democratic action groups and Trade Union leaders.


Alliance Justice Spokesman Matt Robson

The meeting resulted in the setting up of a office from which, chairman Ahmed Bamji said, volunteers will actively lobby for international efforts for the solution of the Fiji crisis within the 1997 Constitution.


Ahmed Bamji

"This issue" said Ahmed Bamji "is not about race, despite what some of the media have been reporting. It is about the fundamental democratic rights of all human beings."


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