Murray Horton speaks on GCSB and TPPA in Wellington tonight
28 May 2014
Something to go to in Wellington
Anyone interested in issues such as asset
sales, corporate tax avoidance, GCSB surveillance and the
Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement are being invited to
head along to see Murray Horton speak tonight in
His talks are always lively and
Murray Horton is the organiser/secretary for
the Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa and the
Anti Bases Campaign, and as he has done in the past, he is
doing an extensive election year speaking tour.
Wellington event is tonight – Wednesday May 28, 6pm-7.30,
Main Hall, St Johns in the City, cnr Willis & Dixon
More information about the event and the speaking
topics here http://www.eventfinder.co.nz/2014/whos-running-the-show-murray-horton-speaking-tour/wellington
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