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Audio + Images: PM's Presser Monday, 23 February 2

Scoop Audio + Photos: Prime Minister's Post Cabinet Press Conference - Monday, 23 February 2009

By Alastair Thompson

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Prime Minister John Key at the February 23rd Post Cabinet Press Conference See more images below


  • Scoop Audio: Audio on Demand of NZ Prime Minister John Key's post Cabinet press conference for Parliamentary press gallery journalists held this afternoon. The Prime Minister started with an announcement concerning a delay in the implementation of S92A of the Copyright Act in response to online protests. The PM answered questions about issues including S92A of the Copyright Act, Facebook & other online protests, the Government Superannuation Fund, the line-by-line expenditure review & whether there had been a request made to NZ to deploy more troops to Afghanistan (there hasn't).

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  • Scoop Image: Two more images from today's PM's press conference.

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