Monday November 30, 2020

Why the Greens are still on a hiding to nothing

The Greens have won a major battle, but there is still a long war ahead of them if they hope to be around as a viable political party after the next election.

17th October, 2009

The Greens have won a major battle, but there is still a long war ahead of them if they hope to be around as a viable political party after the next election.

The party’s recent convention was a critical response to the disaster that befell it in the June local elections. The grassroots were devastated.

Hard-working, diligent, incorruptible councillors who had spent long years building up their electoral base were shattered by the...

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