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Electoral bill march in Queen St this morning – 17 Nov 2007 – NZ Herald: New Zealand National news

Demonstrators will march down Queen St in Auckland today to protest at the Electoral Finance Bill.

Organiser John Boscawen has called for people to assemble outside the Auckland Town Hall at 10am, to set off for Queen Elizabeth Square at 10.30am.

Members of the legal profession who join the march have been asked to wear their black robes. Other professions or trades are invited to wear appropriate uniforms. Members of migrant communities are asked to carry their home country's flags.

Civic leaders, local councillors and members of Parliament are also invited.

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