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    Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, once said, “I love argument, I love debate. I don't expect anyone just to sit there and agree with me, that's not their job.” This comes from the fact that all humans have different ideas; how things should be organized and carried out. This same reality is true for the Green Party and the Republican Party. The left-leaning, Green Party focuses largely on environmental issues. One of the issues addressed by the party is energy consumption. As the name suggests, the party seeks more environmentally friendly, efficient, and sustainable methods of obtaining and consuming the energy we require everyday. The Green Party has a firm belief in cutting down our use of carbon-emitting…

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    The Republican Party and the Green Party are very different from each other. Republican Party became the more conservative of the two major parties, Republicans feel that government’s role is to regulate and oversee morality. The Green Party is a democratic organization where the platform is based upon "environment first, development second”. Each party has completely different opinions on many issues including ones that I feel are important. Civilian Gun Control, Capital Punishment and…

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    We all have different opinions about where the Green Party will be headed in the next 10 years or 20 years. In my perspective, I believe the Green Party will not be noticed as a strong party until one who runs presidency from the Green Party wins. The United States is tied between the Republicans and the Democrats. It has always been the two who have been winning for leadership. Although the Green Party has good values and plans for the country it seems like their efforts are not as good enough…

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    “Regardless of who wins, an election should be a time for optimism and fresh opportunities.” That is what Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson said about the 2016 presidential election. Everybody knows about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton battling for the White House, but what a lot of people don’t know, is that there are also two other candidates running for president. Those people are Gary Johnson and Jill Stein. Gary Johnson is the libertarian candidate, and Jill Stein is the Green Party…

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    Most voters in this year's federal election are quite concerned about each party's health and foreign policies. The changes that stem from the parties' perspective on fiscal policies, however, are equally as important; even the smallest modifications can result in vast differences for the businesses and citizens of Canada. The federal parties attempt to pitch ideas that seem to be beneficial for both the majority of the population, but in other instances, their policies may inadvertently have…

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    The Green Party

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    The Green Party is the most radical party in Germany. It is composed of environmentalists, ecologists, anti-nuclear individuals, and peace activists. The Greens also push for civil liberties, social equality and are considered to be very progressive. They do not believe in classifying people and placing them within certain social groups. Thus, the Greens feel that everybody is the same no matter their political ideologies, their religion, gender, sexual orientation, and age. Likewise, the Greens…

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    In the election, I would vote for Green Party. I would vote for them because they seem to keep the environment in mind and have a lot of promises that would positively affect me. One of the things they said they would do is cut tuition fees for students and provide more bursaries for people looking into going into school. This will directly affect me and will make going to secondary school a lot easier for me being in my later years of high school. I can see this also benefitting the country, as…

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    Green Party System

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    Northern Ireland. Although these are considered separate states, or provinces in the case of Northern Ireland, each represents itself on the legislature, or parliament — which include the House of Lords and the House of Commons. Although not one of the most prominent parties in parliament (having only one seat out of 650), the green party has made its way into the UK government. This left-wing party is the beaconing symbol for all things environmental related. The Green Party is present…

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    Green Party In Canada

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    Green Party of Canada The Green Party of Canada strives to demonstrate the importance of our values by practical expression, in the organization and practices of the party. Our platform is organized around 3 key issue areas: climate change, green energy, and taxation. The position in the Green Party for the environment and climate change is to help and create a better environment for our country, cleaner air and clearer skies. I ( the leader of the Green Party ) specifically promise that…

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    Green Party Ideology

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    personal ideologies correlates best with Canada’s Green Party due to a similar foundation of trust in citizens, powerful advocacy for Canada’s hushed and underlying issues in which the Green Party vocalizes on a prominent platform. To begin, my ideology consists of strong social liberties in which the LGBTQ community is no longer a minority group and coloured people aren’t labelled under the stamp of black, hispanic or yellow. I believe the relationship between the government and its people must…

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