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Maori Party Expresses Sympathy to Bombing Victims

8 July 2005

Maori Party Expresses Sympathy to Bombing Victims

The Maori Party expresses our deepest sympathies to all who have been affected by the tragic events as they have unwound in London this week.

Tariana Turia and Dr Pita Sharples have sent a letter of condolence to the New Zealand High Commission in London, and the British High Commission.

“We express our profound sympathy to the families of all of those who were killed, injured and affected by a tragedy of such enormous proportions”.


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