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Constitution of the Green Party Taiwan

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The Constitution of the Green Party Taiwan, consisting in 25 articles, came into effect on 25 January 1996.


May 1996: Article 1

23 June 1996: Articles 2 and 25

25 February 2006: Articles 3, 5, 6, and 9 to 25

5 March 2011: Articles 1, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 15

4 March 2012: Articles 12 and 15

NZ Green Party will create jobs through an Information Communications and Technology plan

The Green Party has today launched a $30 million plan to boost New Zealand’s ICT sector, create jobs and drive innovation.

The ICT (Information Communications and Technology) plan is the seventh component of the Green Party's economic priority this election - building a cleaner, smarter economy that works for all New Zealanders.

Key planks of the Green Party plan are:


Strategic Plans

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Solar Schools

Cleaner, cheaper power for our schools.

The Green Party has a comprehensive plan for cleaner, cheaper power for all New Zealanders. This extends to our kids. 

We will help schools reduce their power bills by investing $20 million into solar PV systems in schools, allowing schools to benefit from cheaper, cleaner power. 

Schools' power bills are too high. Our policy will let them save money on electricity - money which can be invested directly into teaching and learning instead. 




Smart Green Innovation

The Green Party will build a smarter greener economy that benefits every New Zealander. 


Australia Government on The Wrong Side of History

"I am devastated, but there is no time to mourn." The Australian Greens leader, Christine Milne, reflects on the repeal of the price on pollution.


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