Unions Mourn Loss of Parekura Horomia
CTU Media Release
29 April 2013
Unions Mourn Loss of Parekura
Workers will be
deeply saddened to hear of the passing away of Parekura
Horomia says the Council of Trade Unions.
Kelly, CTU President and Syd Keepa, Vice President Māori
said today that Parekura Horomia was a strong supporter of
workers and would come to many hui held by unions.
“He recently attended the biennial conference of the
CTU Runanga where he spoke of his concerns for working
people and offered assistance”.
“We express our
sincere condolences to Parekura’s family, his people, and
also the wider Labour Party whanau who have lost a man of
E Rangatira moe moe ra, moe moe
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