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GE-Free Tent City Events

GE-Free Tent City Events

Wellington GE Free Coalition ATTN: Speaker of the House Jonathan Hunt, Political Reporters October 23, 2003 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

GE-Free Tent City Events

Independent, autonomous direct actions will be happening at all times throughout the camp.

Saturday, October 25 Set-up on Parliament grounds, picnic, fun, music and games 2:30pm

Sunday, October 26 National Children's Day 12-4pm Keeping New Zealand GE-Free for the future Art competition creating a gruesome GE-monster, GE-Free potato sack races, chalking, scavenger hunt, etc

Monday, October 27 National GE-Free Hui strategy meeting A plan of action for keeping the country GE-Free and coordination throughout the regions

Tuesday, October 28 Independence Day. GE-Free and Sovereignty Marking the signing of the 1835 Declaration of Independence of Northern Chiefs with workshops and stalls by Aotearoa Reality Check and Aotearoa Educators

Wednesday, October 29 The day of reckoning. Direct Action training workshops Rally at Parliament grounds at 12:30 and moving to various agencies responsible for overseeing release of GE. Midnight death knell for the moratorium

Thursday, October 30 Bye bye GE-Free, bye bye Economy Delegation to the Governor General's residence to ask for dissolution of the Government as the People of New Zealand no longer have confidence in it and they no longer have a mandate to govern

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