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Scoop Images: GE Free Cuba And Street Party

After leaving the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and trade the carnival made its way across town to Cuba Street (with the occasional incident along the way outside Starmart oulets) to Cuba Mall where an Anti-GE rally was held. Finally the group moved up to upper Cuba Street where a “Reclaim The Streets” anti-Bypass street party was held till 5pm. Follow the protest in pictures below.



Anarchists Are OK


Are you talking to me!


Crossing Victoria


GE Free Cuba (1)


GE Free Cuba (2)


Escorts (Including policeman No. 7508) keep the carnival on the footpath


The escorts give up


The streets were made to reclaim and recline


Music for the Street Party


Roland Sapsford of Campaign for a Better City addresses the carnival

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