Scott, Thomas, 1947-:Ali Baba and his forty thieves. Dominion Post, 2 June 2005.

Scott, Thomas, 1947-:Ali Baba and his forty thieves. Dominion Post, 2 June 2005.
Date
2005
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DX-025-125
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Shows Winston Peters, Leader of New Zealand First, in parliament, reading from a memo. The minister he refers to is Paul Swain, Minister of Immigration and the subject is the fear that false asylum claimants are managing to get into New Zealand because of the current immigration laws. Other Titles - "Can this incompetent and irresponsible Minister of Immigration tell the House the where-abouts of one Ali Baba and his forty thieves who have been sighted checking out of NZ libraries?" Quantity: 1 digital image(s).
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