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Who should hold the next prime minister to account? Our best hope lies with the Green party - The Guardian (England and Wales)

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2024/06/14
17:32 UTC

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Eastern Europe, greens & progressives

Hello,

I'm a 22 years old Romanian living in Italy, this year I voted for the first time for a progressive and green candidate in my life in Romania. He is Nicolae Ștefănuță . Before I voted conservatives or liberal progressive, not because I like their ideology, but out of necessity. Both times I got disappointed and I think this time I wouldn't. I was wondering in this days, why can't a green or at least a progressive party can grown in Eastern Europe, or at least in Romania. What are the causes in your opinion? Where can be the start of a green party in Romania and in Eastern Europe? In Romania there is already the Green Party, but they are more social conservatives. Thank you in advance!

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2024/06/14
14:19 UTC

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Why were Scott Ritter’s Rights Violated by US State Department?

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2024/06/13
19:37 UTC

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What is the UK Green Party’s stance on Private Schools?

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2024/06/13
18:23 UTC

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Is PFAS the next Post Office scandal times infinity? It should be.

What do you think?

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2024/06/13
09:56 UTC

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2024/06/12
20:40 UTC

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[Discussion] After seeing this Tweet getting traction, I must say, it must be a perennial thing coming every election and Green manifesto, the nuclear energy debate.

Being that GPEW (and indeed many Greens around the world) is heavily against nuclear power plants since the movement partly stemmed from the CND, it is a red line to many voters who see nuclear as a viable resource to combat the climate crisis, and discrediting the party and the entire Green movement for it. This thread opined the 2024 GPEW manifesto links nuclear power to nuclear weapons, for one, and stating the German Greens mismanagement of the nuclear shutdowns there, as well as blasting the party for its opposition to HS2, calling it "greenwashed ecodenialism".

There are people and groups within the party campaigning to reverse the party's policies on nuclear, HS2, and what the party is being called "NIMBYs" for (local council Green opposition to new renewable power plants). I know that the party's hyper democratic structure in theory allows for these party policies to be amended. But as a foreign Green, I would especially like to hear your thoughts.

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2024/06/12
15:52 UTC

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Jason Call asserts that Jill Stein will definitely win, but the DNC is doing this to drain resources

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2024/06/12
13:41 UTC

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Robert Habeck, Germany's Economy Minister, says HE HAS JUST REALIZED that nuclear plants (whose closure he enforced) could have kept running.

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2024/06/08
22:06 UTC

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Jill Stein heading to Kentucky

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2024/06/07
15:32 UTC

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Responding to Cornel West: Green Party hostile to Black Interests? (w/ Ajamu Baraka) - Bad Faith with Briahna Joy Gray (Green Party US)

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2024/06/07
13:19 UTC

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Ballot Access Update: Jill Stein Campaign

|We are on the ballot in 3 more states as of the end of May, bringing our total to 23 states where voters will have an alternative to the parties of war and Wall Street. Her people, peace, planet campaign is on the move!

In Georgia, a new law was put in place that will allow Jill to be on the ballot by virtue of her becoming the Green Party nominee in August. 

In Washington state, volunteers have gathered over 1,200 signatures in just a few weeks and are adding to that number daily. 

In Delaware, we are nearing the threshold of 770 registered Greens to get us on the ballot.

In Ohio, we have close to 8,000 signatures and should be turning in even more than that by the end of June. 

In Nevada, we have turned in 27,000 signatures, more than twice the required number. 

In Alaska, we will be submitting 6,000 signatures this week.

In Idaho, the Secretary of State has approved our petition, confirming that Jill will be on the ballot there. 

Illinois and Indiana are our next two deadlines and we are pulling out all the stops to make sure we succeed.

Ballot access has been the biggest expense of our campaign but these costs are necessary if we want to give voters a pro-worker, anti-genocide, climate action candidate in November. We need to raise a substantial amount in June to get on the ballot in key remaining states like Illinois and Indiana.

***Can you give Jill a boost today with a $***23 dollar or more donation in honor of the 23 states where we currently have ballot access and help us hit our critical fundraising goal for June?

DONATE $23

Thank you so much for your support in this fight! We couldn’t do it without you!

-The Jill Stein 2024 team

PS - The fight to get on the ballot in New York isn’t over! See Jill's latest update on our New York ballot access fight here. Stay tuned for important updates AND check out the latest ballot access map update. It now includes the ability for supporters to register Green or register to vote in every state!

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2024/06/07
13:16 UTC

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Thoughts on Carla’s performance on QT last night?

Hi there - Labour member but frequent green voter here.

Tuned into QT last night and thought Carla was by far the best most logical person on the panel. Seemed perhaps a bit nervous at times; but actually honest and unafraid to talk about key issues.

Really such a shame that we don’t get more green reps on shows like QT but we get farage and co all the god damn time

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2024/06/07
07:02 UTC

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Starmer Needs to Apologise for Gaza Comments | Zack Polanski | General Election 2024 Interviews with Ash Sarkar (England and Wales)

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2024/06/06
21:33 UTC

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