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Green Party Korea 2018 Local Election Report

From Feminist Seoul Mayor to Jeju Governor with No Development

“I am a Feminist Candidate for Seoul Mayor.” (Shin, Ji-ye candidate for Seoul Mayor)

“Let’s Vote for our Dream! No Development, Yes Basic Income! (Go, Eun-young candidate for Jeju Island Governor)

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Electoral Reform for a More Participatory Democracy

  • Proposed by: Green Party Korea, Trees Party Taiwan, and Partai Hijau Indonesia
  • Adopted at the 4th Global Greens Congress, Liverpool 2017

Preamble:

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12.1 Electoral Reform for a More Participatory Democracy

This is a joint resolution by:

  • Proposed by: Green Party Korea, Trees Party Taiwan, and Partai Hijau Indonesia
  • Country: Republic of Korea, Taiwan and Indonesia

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Rwanda Referendum 2015: The Opposition would have won

Rwandans have casted their votes in a national referendum aimed at maintaining the incumbent President to be elected for three more presidential terms. The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda does not support any change in the constitution, especially the lifting of presidential term limits and instead calls for the reduction of the term duration from seven to five years. The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda will not give up on the struggle to make Rwanda a vibrant democracy.
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A commentary on the UK General Election 2015 - a problem of the electoral system

The UK election is over. The Green Party Korea expresses the deepest gratitude for the UK Green Party’s hard work as a member of the Global Greens. The interesting result of the election was reminiscent of Korean politics.
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