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Operation 8 Public Meeting Wellington

Operation 8 Public Meeting Wellington

For Immediate Release:From: wwwOctober15thSolidarity.info

Public Meeting: Tuesday 8 April, 6pm at Arlington Hall (310 Taranaki St, opposite Wellington High) This public meeting is to discuss the wider context of the police raids, and,in particular, the role of the Labour Party. Speakers will include Valerie Morse, who was arrested on October 15, speaking on anti-terrorism legislation, Don Franks from the Workers Party will talk about the history of the Labour Party and Teanau Tuiono, who was raided as part of Operation 8, speaking on Tino Rangatiratanga.

There will be time for questions, discussions, and planning action against the Labour Party Congress.October 15 Solidarity Wellington was formed in the aftermath of the Operation 8 raids last year The Labour Party 2008 Congress is being held in Wellington,and all those who oppose the government's actions in surveilling, raiding and terrorising Tino rangatiratanga activists, anarchists and entire Maori communities are invited to join this week of action.More information: www.October15thSolidarity.info

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