Occupation to continue

Published: Mon 30 Jan 2012 08:46 PM
Occupation to continue
The occupying group at Wellington's Civic Square will continue the occupation despite the Council stating it will do everything it can to remove them. If necessary the group will continue the occupation without the structures. In Auckland at Aotea Square the occupiers were arrested after resisting the Council's efforts to remove the tents and other structures.
The Wellington occupation is peaceful and no benefit is seen to be gained through physical conflict with the Council's security or the Police. If the Council issues an order to remove the tents and other structures then the occupiers are agreed that they will dismantle these on their own but continue in occupation.
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