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MANA Party launches on Guy Fawkes!

MANA Party launches on Guy Fawkes. Remember, remember the 5th of November

The MANA Party will officially launch its campaign on Guy Fawkes day tomorrow to symbolize the angry change needed in NZ.

Our poverty levels are crippling an entire future generation and while some political parties seem resigned to 200 000 children in poverty while 150 of the richest families made $7 billion, MANA refuses to allow such economic injustice to become the norm in Aotearoa.

MANA's leading candidates will all speak including Annette Sykes, Sue Bradford, John Minto, as will rangatahi list candidate Misty Harrison and Pacific Islander James Papali’i who is standing in Mangere.

Leader Hone Harawira will also address the launch to outline how MANA will change the political landscape and deal with poverty now.

WHERE: Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Piripono – 52 Alexandra Crescent – Otara

WHEN: Powhiri 10.30am

Launch 12-1 noon – Keynote speakers

Media Conference- 1.15 pm

Public event with entertainment

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