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Minute - memoranda from Afghan villagers and Mr Hager

Published: Thu 14 Mar 2019 01:37 PM
Govt Inquiry into Operation Burnham - Minute No 9
Please find attached the latest Minute of the Inquiry published yesterday.
You can find all Minutes of the Inquiry in the link below.
https://operationburnham.inquiry.govt.nz/information/minutes-of-the-inquiry/
You may also find the latest submissions to the Inquiry to be of interest.
They can be found at the link below.
https://operationburnham.inquiry.govt.nz/information/submissions-to-the-inquiry/
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UNDER
THE INQUIRIES ACT 2013
IN THE MATTER OF
A GOVERNMENT INQUIRY INTO OPERATION BURNHAM AND RELATED MATTERS
Date of Minute:
12 March 2019
MINUTE No 9 OF INQUIRY
Introduction
[1] Following the issue of Minute No 8 dealing with the first of the public hearings, the Inquiry has received memoranda dated 26 February 2019, 5 March 2019 and 7 March 2019 from counsel for the Afghan villagers and letters dated 13 February and 11 March 2019 from Mr Hager. The memoranda of 26 February and 7 March 2019 and Mr Hager's letter of 13 February 2019 address, in particular, the location element of the first hearing; the memorandum of 5 March 2019 and Mr Hager's letter of 11 March 2019 address the programme of public hearings more generally.
[2] We begin with the issues raised in relation to the first hearing (Module 1).
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Full minute: 190312_Minute_No_9_of_Inquiry.pdf

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