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Phil Twyford supports CC4J

July 18, 2013 at 11:38 AM

Mels Barton has contacted our office today on behalf of Labour MP Phil Twyford.  They want to meet with people who expressed concern about the Family Court centralisation proposal in 2010-11.  WAVES, Waitakere Community Law and Community Waitakere made a submission on behalf of representatives at a public meeting who combined under the name ‘CC4J – Community Coalition for Justice’.  The submission is attached here.

Phil and Mels invite you to meet with them.  If you are interested please contact Mels by email on or by phone 09 835 0915.

Category: Submissions