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MANA List

Media Advisory-MANA List
Monday 18 August 2014

The MANA List is now confirmed with all the candidates as below (the numbers are the respective InternetMANA rankings).

See attached PDF for candidate profiles and photos.

1 Hone Harawira
3 Annette Sykes
4 John Minto
7 Te Hamua Nikora
9 James Papali’i
11 Angeline Greensill
13 Pat O’Dea
15 Makelesi Ngata
17 Tangi Tipene
19 Joe Carolan
21 Sitaleki Finau
23 Joe Trinder
25 Ariana Paretutanganui-Tamati
27 Lisa Gibson
29 Heleyni Pratley
31 Roger Fowler
32 Yvonne Dainty

MANA_Movement_List_Candidates_FINAL.PDF

[Sykes, Minto rankings corrected 19/8/14]

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