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Official Mana Maori Pre-Election Press Conference

MANA MAORI MOVEMENT
PRESS RELEASE

National Office: P.O. Box 4030,
Hamilton, Aotearoa
Website: www.manamaori.net


OFFICIAL MANA MAORI PRE-ELECTION PRESS CONFERENCE 2002

The five Maori seat candidates of the Mana Maori Movement Party will be holding a press conference on July 19th at 5pm.

The conference will be held at the Performing Arts Academy, Waikato University.

The candidates of the Mana Maori Movement will be there to address their commitments as a political party.

This will be the first and last opportunity that the media will have to meet all of the Maori electorate candidates standing for the Mana Maori Movement.

Please be advised of the conference details:

5:00pm Official Party Pre-Election Address
Glenis Philip-Barbara (Ikaroa-Rawhiti candidate)
Ken Mair (Te Tai Hauauru candidate)
Jacqui Amohanga (Te Tai Tonga candidate)
Rihi Vercoe (Waiariki candidate)
Angeline Greensill (Tainui candidate)

5:20pm Questions from the media.

6:00pm Close

Contact:

Aroha Apiti (Press Coordinator)
Cell Phone (021) 144 7815

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