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Images: Greens Meet Labour For Coalition Talks

Do the eyes tell a story? You be the judge….


Images by Alastair Thompson

At 3.50pm today the Green Co-Leaders Rod Donald and Jeanette Fitzsimons held a brief photo call with Prime Minister Helen Clark and Deputy Labour Party Leader Michael Cullen prior to the beginning of coalition and government formation talks.

At her earlier Press Conference Prime Minister Helen Clark said nothing should be read into the order in which she would be meeting with the five minor party leadership teams. The order was simply a function of when people were available.

To listen to the full PM's Press conference see…. Scoop Audio: PM's Press Conference 3 Oct. 2005

In the images below from left you can see: Michael Cullen, Helen Clark, Rod Donald & Jeanette Fitzsimons.


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