Apr 15, 2021


Maori News & Indigenous Views

Hone Harawira joins protest (Glen Innes) asks members to support (+details)

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Hone Harawira, Leader of Mana, is joining the protest in response to “over the top” tactics of the police in Glen Innes on Tuesday night (17 April).

Last night there was a brutal crack down on people trying to stop the eviction and demolition of the Glen Innes community. One woman is in hospital and we understand that co-vice president, John Minto was significantly injured by police during the protests last night.

Hone is asking all Mana members to join him at 5.30 pm at the public library of Glen Innes on Line Road then march to Glen Innes police station, bring placards, your whanau, video cameras and your voice.

1 thought on “Hone Harawira joins protest (Glen Innes) asks members to support (+details)

  1. Arohamai Shocking is this disgusting situation with the police.
    I first of all acknowledge the people and nga whenua nga taonga tuku iho of Ukutoia (glen innes). I acknowledge in respect the ancestral connection to families involved.
    We send from the North our aroha and awhi with what you are having to face. Kia kaha
    To the whanau whom had been physically hurt and this includes all sorry. Sorry for the mistreatment put upon you by the police. It was done by police but we feel your pain Ka Aroha you and no one deserves this treatment. Especially our tamariki me nga mokopuna
    Our compassion goes out to you all as you all also have to endure the pain to your wairua and all. Ka nui te mihi aroha kia koutou.
    Ma te Atua koutou, e manaaki e tiaki i nga wa katoa

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