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Major policy launch at Mana Motuhake conference

Published: Thu 12 Aug 1999 04:29 PM
There will be a major new policy announcement at the Mana Motuhake hui a tau (annual conference) this week-end.
‘We are going to launch our Treaty of Waitangi policy, which we believe is a map to take all Maori into the next millennium.
‘I am proud to sit alongside a panel of what I think are the most talented line- up of candidates for the Maori seats in this election.
'This is our last annual conference before the election and before the next millennium. The candidates you see here today are, I believe, the Maori heart of the next government.”
Sandra Lee's leader's address will take place at 2pm. All Mana Motuhake/Alliance candidates will speak shortly after Sandra: Willie Jackson (Hauraki), Des Ratima (Ikaroa-Rawhiti), Joe Puketapu (Te Tai Hauauru), Arapeta Tahana (Waiariki), Vern Winitana (Te Tai Tonga) and Ella Henry (Te Tai Tokerau)
DATE: Saturday 14th August, 1999
VENUE: Wairoa
ENDS

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