Public Protest Anti-Terrorism Bill At Meeting

Published: Tue 27 Nov 2001 04:12 PM
Public Protest Anti-Terrorism Bill At Meeting Tonight
27 November 2001
Green Party Foreign Affairs spokesperson Keith Locke will be speaking tonight at an Auckland public meeting called to protest the new anti-terrorism legislation.
Mr Locke will talk about the restrictions on civil liberties imposed by the bill, and will encourage people to make public submissions before the closing date of this Friday.
The meeting is being organised by the Auckland anti-war coalition.
What: Public meeting on anti-terrorism bill
When: Tuesday 27 November, 7.30pm
Where: Avondale Community Centre, 99 Rosebank Rd, Auckland

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