How the 10th day of protest outside parliament unfolded (RNZ)
- Police have pulled back on plans to tow vehicles, in favour of negotiating with the protestors
- Speaker of the House Trevor Mallard said that no parties would meet with the protestors until protest was lawful, vehicles were removed, tents etc were remove, and harassment of locals stopped
- Wellington iwi leaders have said the protest should end
- The government’s Officials’ Committee for Domestic and External Security Coordination (ODESC, a group mad up of chief executives of government agencies which provide co-ordination on national security) met to discuss the protests.
- Protest groups occupying in Christchurch and Picton are refusing to leave.
Trevor Mallard’s statement (Henry Cooke twitter)
What does the right to protest actually mean? (micky savage, The Standard)
@Te_Taipo (Te Ranigikaiwhiria Kemara twitter)
Tame Iti/Freedom Protest (Waatea News audio)
The occupation of NZ’s parliament grounds is a tactical challenge for police, but mass arrests are not an option ( Lecturer in Criminology, Monash University, The Conversation)
List of reasons for Convoy 2022 NZ (NZ Truckies FB)
Letter of Demand (from protest organisers)
Newsroom: ‘Splintered realities’: How NZ convoy lost its way
Stuff: Inside the disorienting, contradictory swirl of the convoy, as seen through its media mouthpiece,