Mauri Pacific Reserves Position On Forestry
13th July 1999
For immediate release
Pacific Reserves Position On Forestry Amendment Act
Mauri Pacific would reluctantly support the Forestry
Amendment Act going to select committee its leader, Hon Tau
Henare, said today.
"We are going to reserve our decision
on whether we support this legislation until after a meeting
is held of SILNA landowners in Christchurch at the end of
the month," he said.
"We have reservations about SILNA
landowners treaty rights and would want to be quite sure
that they are behind this legislation. If not, then we
won't be supporting
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