Green Party portfolio list

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  1. greywarshark 1

    I’m interested in employment and work and micro business initiatives. And I don’t find my wish list in the Greens though I am sure the Greens are interested. So if they can keep an eye on the below group and chivvy them…

    So here’s looking at Willie Jackson – Minister of Employment
    And at Stuart Nash – Minister of Small Business (and Minister of Police)
    And Shane Jones as Minister for Forestry and Minister for Regional Economic Development (or RED)
    Also Peeni Henare as Minister for Youth
    And Nanaia Mahuta as Minister for Maori Development
    And David Parker – Minister of Economic Development
    plus
    Carmel Sepuloni as Minsiter for Social Development
    Chris Hipkins Minister of Education
    Grant Robertson as Minister of Sport and Recreation
    Kelvin David as Minister of Corrections
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabinet_of_New_Zealand

    All these need to have a regular meeting touting their latest ideas, and choose the ones that are immediately practical, and work out how they can all put in to get the latest small project off the ground. There should be a budget at their discretion that enables this. Have young people training, getting work experience, learning something new that requires effort and time keeping (even setting up sport teams that have regular matches, and not panicking when there is a fight),

    Set up teams of workers who are on a ladder, as they move up for being reliable good workers, they get more pay, keep the entitlements they already have, and train further team members. Let’s give people a chance, plenty of training, some work experience, more training – help them into jobs, take 10% off the welfare bill that can be rerouted to providing better health care with buses that travel round DHB areas supplying health checks, advice and support.

  2. Takere 2

    Its great that Eugenie is the Minister of Conservation & the Environment! Hopefully she will repealed the Pt England Development Enabling bill!
    Labours Phil Twyford & Priyanca R were supportive of this in their campaign pre-election where they committed to repealing the bill,”tear it up!” “Rip it up!” he said in April at a meeting in Glen Innes in front of about 80-100 people, he said, if these conditions were met;

    1. Ngati Paoa is not meantioned in the bill -TICK
    2. Ngati Paoa is ‘Not’ the recipient of the land – TICK

    Simple! Repeal the fuck’n bill!

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