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Images: Enough (Civil Unions) Is Or Isn't Enough

Images of today's Pro and Anti Civil Union Bill protest marches in Parliament's grounds. Images by Kevin List.


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A challenge ushers the Destiny Church "Enough is Enough" protest march onto Parliament's grounds.


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A view from in front of the Parliamentary library


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A view from the main steps of Parliament.


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The counter protestors – with balloons – mix in with the main crowd


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Enough is definitely enough for this pair…




…and her..


… and these wild looking Queens.


The speeches…


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…receive noisy applause…


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… and some reverence too.


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After having his say Pastor Brian Tamaki leaves…


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…accompanied by a rousing Haka


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Pastor Tamaki's transport.


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Au revoir.

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