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Human Rights Chief Commissioner David Rutherford won't seek reappointment

New Zealand Herald Friday, 18 May 2018 ()
Human Rights Chief Commissioner David Rutherford won't seek reappointmentHuman Rights Chief Commissioner David Rutherford will not seek reappointment following an inquiry which found evidence of sexual harassment at the Human Rights Commission.Justice Minister Andrew Little today confirmed he would be...
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