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Chinese Communist Party Collapsing

Chinese Communist Party Collapsing

The Quit Chinese Communist Party Service Centre, New Zealand Branch, will hold an event at Aotea Square, Auckland, on Saturday 7 April 2018 from 11:30am to 2:30pm

The purpose of our event is to celebrate 300 million withdrawals from the Chinese Communist Party ("CCP") and its affiliated organisations. Please see the following link to help you understand the great importance of the Quit CCP initiative. https://en.tuidang.org/

This number of withdrawals is a welcome reflection of the growing awareness on the part of the Chinese people
of the need for respect for fundamental human rights and freedoms, something which the CCP has clearly failed to respect for many years.

Please note that guest speakers will speak from 11:30am.
Host: Barry Wilson, President of the Auckland Council for Civil Liberties.

Representatives from the Chinese Pro-Democracy Movement, the Tibetan Community, the Falun Gong Spiritual Group, and others, will speak at the event.

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