In a first for New Zealand, the Green Party is giving the public a unique chance to be more involved in Parliament‚Äôs question time by having their own question on climate change asked of the Government.
“Parliament is meant to be the People‚Äôs House but question time is normally just for MPs,” said Green Party co-leader Dr Russel Norman. ¬†“The problem is that we have run out of ideas”.
“In the age of social media there‚Äôs no excuse why the public shouldn‚Äôt be more involved in asking questions of those in power who are making decisions which will affect us all.
“And let’s face it, the Green Party has been marginalised and not taken seriously by half of our own voters, not to mention Labour, National and just about everyone else. ¬†Frankly, it’s time for the public to put up or shut up.”
“From today until 5pm Monday 27th, the public can submit a question they want to ask the Government on Facebook and Twitter. Read more »