Green Party welcome Government coming on board with proactive release of Ministerial diaries

The Green Party warmly welcome Government Ministers proactively releasing their Ministerial diaries from February 2019.

The Green Party warmly welcome Government Ministers proactively releasing their Ministerial diaries from February 2019.

“The Green Party have been proactively releasing Green Minister diaries since we came into Government. We are really happy to see Labour and NZ First come on board”, Green Co-leader Marama Davidson said today.  

“We have long advocated for Ministerial diaries to be proactively released. It demonstrates transparency and accountability and increases trust in Government.

“New Zealanders have a right to know who Ministers are meeting with when making decisions that affect their communities”.

 

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