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Hon Mahendra Chaudhry – Auckland Public Meeting

Hon Mahen Chaudhry – Auckland Public Meeting

Coalition for Democracy in Fiji Inc

PO Box 52-089, Kingsland, Auckland, New Zealand

Facsimile : (+649) 815 3113 email : cdfnz@xtra.co.nz

Monday 07 August 2000 - 6.00 pm

For Immediate Release

COMMUNITY NOTICE - PUBLIC MEETING

Guest Speaker : Hon Mahendra Pal Chaudhry Elected Prime Minister of Fiji

Venue : Mahatma Gandhi Hall

145 New North Rd

Eden Terrace, Auckland, New Zealand

Date : Thursday 10 August 2000

Time : 7:00 pm

Organised by : The Coalition for Democracy in Fiji &

The International Congress of Fiji Indians

All Welcome

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For more information, please contact Nik Naidu on 021-255 9955 and/or Ahmed Bhamji on 021-127 4334 or 827 3298.

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