Monthly Archives: June, 2007

Greens welcome 20th anniversary, warn against complacency

The Green Party is celebrating the 20th anniversary of New Zealand's Nuclear Free Legislation, but says there is still a lot to do.

Nuclear-Free Legislation – 20th Anniversary

The Green Party strongly supports this motion.

General Debate – Dalai Lama visit

New Zealand is privileged to have the Dalai Lama visiting our shores next week.

PM should stop equivocating about Dalai Lama meeting

The Green Party has criticised the Government for equivocating about whether nor not the Prime Minister will meet the Dalai Lama when he visits Wellington next Tuesday.

Crimes (Repeal of Seditious Offences) Amendment Bill – First Reading

The Greens will be supporting this bill to remove the sedition laws from the statute book. Those laws are not consistent with a vibrant democracy or with our New Zealand Bill of Rights Act.

Speech to Auckland Act Party Conference

First, I would like to thank Rodney for his invitation to speak to you today. To some it might seem unusual that a Green MP is speaking at your conference, given that our political philosophies, ta