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Debt Monsters Lead Protest To Parliament

Pictures from the university student and staff protest at Parliament this afternoon. There was easily a thousand people, it was well organised and ran very smoothly. Trevor Mallard made an appearance but was not able to justify Labour's policies to the protesters. Nandor Tanczos also made a speech which was very well received as what the Greens offer closely reflects the protesters demands. – Story & Images by Dylan Packman.

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Trevor Mallard with the "Debt Monsters" and Jeremy Greenbrook, President of VUWSA.

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Jeremy Greenbrook with Nandor Tanczos


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