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Peters Gets Nod For Intelligence Committee

Published: Tue 29 Oct 2002 06:18 PM
Bill English National Leader
29 October 2002
Peters Gets Nod For Intelligence Committee
National Leader Bill English has nominated New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters for an opposition roll on the committee overseeing the country's intelligence service.
"I have consulted the leaders of ACT and New Zealand First and decided to nominate Mr Peters for the second opposition seat on the Intelligence Committee," says Mr English.
"I will advise the Prime Minister's office of my decision today," says Mr English
ENDS

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