Campaign for MMP: Wellington action meeting

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The Campaign for MMP has been established to mobilise public support for the MMP electoral system leading up to the government’s planned 2011 referendum.

If you’d like to be part of a Wellington organising group, then join us this Wednesday. The meeting will be also useful in helping you to write a submission on the MMP referendum bill, which is due on June 10.

Details of the meeting are:

Wednesday May 26, 6.30pm-7.30pm
Fellowship Room, St Johns In The City, cnr Willis and Dixon Sts, Wellington.
email: wellington[no spam] or phone (04) 803-1191

Or you can make a submission here

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