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Video: State asset sales referendum speeches

Video: State asset sales referendum speeches

The Scoop Team
March 12, 2013

Around 200 people assembled at the Cenotaph today to present the signatures on the state asset sales referendum at Parliament. The referendum has received 393,000 signatures, exceeding the required number of 300,000. The event was emceed by musician Moana Maniapoto. The various speeches may be viewed below.


Moana Maniapoto and Roy Reid of Grey Power, who initiated the referendum.


AUSA member Arena Williams.


NZCTU spokesperson Peter Conway.


Green Party co-leader Russel Norman.


Labour leader David Shearer.


NZ First leader Winston Peters.


MANA Party leader Hone Harawira.


Moana Maniapoto, Hone Harawira and the crowd sing Nga Iwi E.

ENDS

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