The Greens’ Bill to extend the state-wide moratorium on the cultivation of genetically-modified crops passed the Upper House of the South Australian Parliament tonight.
The Greens Bill to finally end wasteful government spending on the proposed South Australian international nuclear waste dump passed through the upper house late tonight. As the Bill had support from the Government, we expect it to also pass the lower house in coming weeks.
The Greens have introduced a Bill into State Parliament to extend the state-wide moratorium on the cultivation of genetically-modified crops to the year 2025.
Greens initial response to SA Government’s Constitutional Reform Proposals: There’s more than 2 parties!
“The Greens are committed to ensuring that South Australian voters get a Parliament that truly reflects the will of the people”, said Greens SA Parliamentary Leader, Mark Parnell MLC.
The Greens SA will continue to work on breaking the impasse over the former Le Cornu site on O’Connell St, North Adelaide, despite a complete and bewildering lack of interest by the old parties, according to Greens SA Parliamentary Leader, Mark Parnell MLC.
The Greens will move in Parliament next week to change the laws covering backyard barbeques and fires to bring a more common sense approach to the issue, according to Mark Parnell MLC, Parliamentary Leader of the Greens SA.