Bill to validate illegal election spending - News. "Dear Helen, would you mind slipping in a Bill to validate, extortion, aggravated robbery and fraud?" 18 October, 2006.

Bill to validate illegal election spending - News. "Dear Helen, would you mind slipping in a Bill to validate, extortion, aggravated robbery and fraud?" 18 October, 2006.
Date
2006
Ref
DCDL-0002530
Description
A prisoner sits on a bench in his cell writing a letter to Prime Minister, Helen Clark asking her to pass a Bill to validate all sorts of crime. Against the wall is notice reporting that illegal election spending is to be validated. Refers to the government's passing a Bill through urgency to validate the illegal spending during the last elections. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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