Asset Sales v. Campaign against Domestic Violence

This was the scene last night as the Green taliban and Labour conducted an anti-asset sales rally in Frank Kitts park:

Celia Wade-Brown speaks to hordes of angry anti-asset sales protestors

Celia Wade-Brown speaks to hordes of angry anti-asset sales protestors

And this is the scene today where a rally against domestic violence has been held in the same location. A reader has sent in this photo as a comparison: 

Out enjoying another great Wellington day on the waterfront. There is an family violence awareness event on in the same place as last nights rally against asset sales. Thought the crowd today makes a good comparison on last night.



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