HRC responds to my complaint

The Human Rights Commission has acknowledged my complaint over the religious persecution of the Exclusive Brethren by Labour.

[quote]Ref: 52061


15 September 2006

WH Aleoil

email: [email protected]

Dear WH Aleoil,

Thank you for your complaint received by the Human Rights Commission on 11 September, 2006.

We will assess the complaint that you have brought to the attention of the Commission and then we will advise you of any action the Commission is able to take on it.

We aim to contact you again within 15 working days of receiving your matter. In the event that a heavy workload does cause a delay, we apologise and invite you to call our Infoline 0800 496 877, or by email; [email protected], or by teletypewriter 0800 150 111.

Yours sincerely

Name removed by Whaleoil


Kaiāwhina Hangarau / Ture[/quote]


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