Agent Orange - New Zealand First Minority Report
6 October 2004
Agent Orange - New Zealand First Minority
New Zealand First recommends that an apology be
issued to all Vietnam war veterans for the failure of
successive governments to acknowledge sooner that they were
indeed subjected to Agent Orange and other defoliant aerial
spraying. The fact that there was sufficient evidence of
this spraying that could have been drawn on, has prevented
an earlier recognition of this issue.
We further recommend
that some form of compensation be considered, as has been
recognised by other nations who participated in that
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