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Police stand by to monitor anti-trans activist Posey Parker’s rally and protest

Posie Parker gave a talk at London's Hyde Park in February.

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Posie Parker gave a talk at London’s Hyde Park in February.

controversial activist Kelly Jay Keanealso known as Posey Parkerscheduled to address a rally in Auckland on Saturday, and a counter-protest is also planned.

A women’s rights activist to some and an anti-transgender activist to others, Parker has spoken in Auckland and Wellington as part of her Let Women Speak tour. increase.

A police spokesperson said police were aware of Parker’s case.

“Police will be present to monitor and respond to any problems that may arise and to minimize disruption to the wider public.”

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The breakfast crew discussed issues surrounding Posey Parker’s visit to New Zealand and read out feedback submitted by viewers.

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) confirmed Wednesday that she will be allowed into Aotearoa despite comments made by Immigration Minister Michael Wood about her. “Incendiary, despicable and inaccurate worldview.”

Urgent court action was then taken Three groups from the rainbow and transgender community I’m trying to cancel that order.

Gender Minorities Aotearoa, Inside Out Koaro, Auckland Pride It asked the judge to reconsider the Immigration Minister’s decision not to overturn Keene’s admission to New Zealand, and asked for an interim order suspending her entry pending a full hearing.

Lawyer Ticho Miyatov said: “This is about the harm that the minister’s actions are likely to cause to the transgender community. [of immigration] Illegal decision. “

But Judge David Gendall said the application should be dismissed, primarily for technical and procedural reasons.

Judge Gendall said he had considerable sympathy for the application and that it clearly raised questions of public order.

He was annoyed by the fact that Parker never had the chance to represent him in a lawsuit.

Melbourne rally erupts into clashes Between an LGBTQI+ activist and some of her supporterswas seen throwing a Nazi salute.

Parker’s rally is scheduled to take place at 11 a.m. in Albert Park, with opposition protesters expected to attend at the same time.

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