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Libz Launch In Whangarei

" Libertarianz will take Whangarei by storm" predicts Helen Hughes, the Libertarianz Candidate for Whangarei at the next elections. " I have been speaking to hundreds of people in the area, and they are fed up with the present government and its excessive control. They want this government and all governments off their backs, out of their pockets, and out of their lives."

" Most people I have been meeting in Whangarei tell me that they are pleased there is at last a political party with the courage and commitment to face the big issues, such as scrapping the Resource Management Act, abolishing the Treaty of Waitangi and reducing the size and power of government. People are saying "Enough is enough" to this present government system that has got completely out of control."

The first public meeting of Libertarianz candidate Helen Hughes is to be held at the Acuda Café , Forum North, 7 p.m. on April 21st. Special guest speaker is Lindsay Perigo, host of the Politically Incorrect Radio show, Peter Cresswell, the Leader of the Libertarianz Party, and Tim Wikiriwhi, the Libertarianz spokesman for the Deregulation of Maori affairs.

ENDS

For more information contact:

Helen Hughes

LIBERTARIANZ CANDIDATE FOR WHANGAREI

Phone: 025-271 6868, e-mail: cgp@ihug.co.nz

Or contact Libertarianz Media Coordinator: (025) 861 927, organon@ihug.co.nz

It's enough to make you vote Libertarianz!

www.libertarianz.org.nz


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