In New Zealand the Minister of economic development has launched a sex-toy in protest against the TRANS-Pacific partnership

In New Zealand, where the day before the trade Ministers of the 12 countries in the Asia-Pacific region signed the agreement on creation of the TRANS-Pacific partnership (TPP), not everyone was happy with the new economic Union. In protest at a press conference in new Zealand economic development Minister Steven Joyce has thrown an artificial phallus, according to NEWSru.com.

Protester named Josie Butler shouted: «is This rape of our sovereignty». After that, she threw a sex toy in the Minister. She was later detained by police, but eventually released without charge.

Pink sex-toy has hit Joyce in the shoulder and chin. The shot was captured by journalists, and after some time on Twitter appeared animated picture.

The Minister himself responded to the incident with humor. In his Twitter he wrote: «well, in politics it always does something new.» He also offered to send a GIF with the flying phallus leading the evening Comedy programs Last Week Tonight on HBO John Oliver, «we have been able to forget about it.»

It is planned that the TRANS-Pacific partnership, which accounts for 40% of global GDP, will be established free trade zone. It is expected to gradually lower or completely abolish duties and other barriers to movement of goods, services and capital.

The agreement also regulates a number of issues related to the protection of intellectual property, investment, Finance, customs cooperation, agriculture and other spheres. Negotiations on the project began in 2008, an agreement in principle was reached in October last year. The economic sense of the agreement for the US, many observers see in the attempt by Washington to contain the growing influence of China in the region.

Parties to the agreement are the USA, Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore and Vietnam. The parliaments of the participating countries must ratify the agreement within two years. It will enter into force when it is ratified by the parliaments of at least six countries.




In New Zealand the Minister of economic development has launched a sex-toy in protest against the TRANS-Pacific partnership 05.02.2016

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