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Scoop Images: The Fifth Filibusterer

Photographs by Mark Graham - 52@clear.net.nz

National MP Tony Ryall speaking during a victorious Opposition filibuster against the Attorney General's Property Relations Bill on Tuesday in the house. For more background see links below the photographs. See also...Scoop Images: 4 Victorious National Filibusterers



Mark my words..


Down Bill, bad Bill, bad Bill...


If I could get my hands on this Bill, I'd...


You're going to pass this you say. You wanna bet...


BACKGROUND LINKS...

Marriage Of Thousands Delayed - Govt/Green Plot Thwarted - National and Act tonight delayed the 'marriage' of thousands of de facto couples by at least two more days when they thwarted the Government's plan to pass the Property Relationships Bill tonight. See... Wedding date put back at least two more days. For background and analysis of the little known, but hugely important Property Relations Bill , see… Sludge Report #41 - A Festering Scab Of A Bill and Upton-on-line November 3rd . See also... NEWSFLASH: Prepare To Be Married



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