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Bhattacharyya, Tuntuni Bratati (c. 1968 - )

Born
c. 1968
India
Occupation
Medical practitioner and Political candidate

Summary

A politically active and socially involved medical practitioner, Tuntuni Bratati Bhattacharyya ran as a Democratic Socialist candidate in the 1999 Marrickville elections.

Details

Tuntuni Bhattacharyya completed her MB and BS at the University of Queensland in 1990 and is involved in women's and workers' health. She has been active in abortion pro-choice campaigns, the International Women's Day collective and Action in Solidarity with Indonesia and East Timor.

Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.dsp.org.au/ds/nsw/1999/2_marrickville.htm (accessed 11 November 2004); http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/23975/20020821/www.peg.apc.org/-stan/ds/nswebsla.htm (accessed 1 April 2005); Medical Directory of Australia. 2000 ed; Ephemera on NSW State and local elections, Box 9, Mitchell Library collection, State Library of NSW, Sydney.

Annette Alafaci

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