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Race Relations Office Doomed

Published: Tue 31 Oct 2000 09:24 AM
The Race Relations Office is doomed, following news the Government is considering subsuming the office into a new Human Rights Body, National's Tony Ryall said today.
"With the liberals in charge, the Race Relations Office is doomed. Last week's criticism of the Health Treaty Clause is the final nail in the coffin.
"The Race Relations Conciliator has a view on race relations diametrically opposed to the Government's post-colonial guilt disorder. Dr Prasad isn't PC enough to survive under this crowd.
"Professor Wilson wants Dr Prasad and his office gone," Mr Ryall said.
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