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Update: NZ Nuclear Free Extension Zone Bill
28 May 2001
The New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone Extension Bill (2000) is still at the Select Committee stage and it is expected it will be reported back to parliament on 5 July 2001. As parliament will be in recess then, it is expected the Bill will come up for its second reading in late July or early August.
From mid-July, it would be extremely useful if you could write or fax Helen Clark (Prime Minister), Jim Anderton (Deputy Prime Minister) Cabinet, lobby your local MP and any list MP who lives in your area urging them to vote to pass the Bill at its second (and third!) readings so that it becomes law.
Contact details for politicians are listed below the links to more information about the Bill.
Contact details for politicians:
* Phone calls and faxes (these numbers to be prefixed by 04 by people outside Wellington, or by + 64 4 for those outside Aotearoa/NZ ) -
Jim Anderton, Deputy Prime Minister, office - tel 471 9011, fax 495 8441;
The Cabinet (collectively), office - tel 471 9743, fax 472 6332.
* Letters - all letters should be addressed to the relevant person and posted (no stamp needed) to Parliament Buildings, Wellington; if you are writing from overseas, the address is Parliament Buildings, Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand ... and you will need to put a stamp on your envelope!)
You should also send a copy of your correspondence to Matt Robson, Minister for Disarmament and Arms Control, office - tel 470 6659, fax 495 8462; and a copy of your correspondence and of any replies to PMA for our files.