• MANA still pumpin’

      MANA still pumpin’

      Posted on June 8, 2015 in News with one comment

      “We had our AGM over the weekend” said MANA leader and Tai Tokerau MP Hone Harawira “and I was blown away by the resilience of our crew, their inventiveness and their courage in helping drive the campaigns that are involved in all round the country” “Since the election MANA members have played critical roles in the ‘End Zero Hours’ campaign, action against the sale of state houses, fighting the war on the poor, starting small businesses, feed the kids initiatives, and a whole host of other activities” And that’s what makes MANA so special” said Harawira. “Having an MP helps but it’s...

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    • Media Advisory

      Posted on October 7, 2014 in Hone Harawira, Media Advisory, Press Releases with one comment

      MANA Leader, Hone Harawira will not be available to speak with media today regarding his release “Recount Just One Step To restoring Credibility”. He is however available for media comment tomorrow, Tuesday the 8th of October, all media arrangements are to be made through Skye Kimura-Paul, (027) 881 9999.

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      Posted on October 7, 2014 in Hone Harawira, Press Releases with no comments

      “I have applied for a judicial recount of the votes in the Tai Tokerau election because it is one step in trying to restore credibility to the electoral process in the north, and, I suspect, in all other Maori electorates as well” said MANA leader Hone Harawira.   “Irrespective of whether the recount changes the result of the election in Te Tai Tokerau, these issues need to be independently examined and substantial improvements made ahead of the next election to ensure our people’s basic rights are respected and their participation in the democratic...

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      Posted on October 7, 2014 in News with no comments

      The MANA Movement is supporting Leader Hone Harawira’s application for a judicial re-count in the Te Tai Tokerau electorate for the 2014 general election. President Lisa McNab says there are a number of serious issues of concern regarding the ability of Maori voters to exercise their basic democratic right to vote. “A judicial re-count will enable some independent scrutiny of some the processes by which hundreds of votes were discarded”, said Mrs McNab. "We want to ensure that the votes of the people in his electorate are counted to the full extent possible. We are especially concerned about the rejection of special votes...

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