From a press release of December 6, 2010, re-tweeted today, December 15, 2010:
Assange’s rights should be upheld: Brown
The Australian Greens
Monday 6th December 2010
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown said today the government needs to make it very clear that Julian Assange has the same rights as any other Australian who is abroad and that his rights will be looked after by the Australian authorities.… Read more ...
Australia’s ‘greenslide’ is a result of Proportional Representation — a reform promoted by Greens for fair elections in the US
“Hung Parliament” will give Australian Greens unprecedented power
Green Party Speakers Bureau: Greens available to speak on international issues, electoral reform, related topics: http://www.gp.org/speakers/subjects.php
WASHINGTON, DC — The Green Party of the United States congratulates Australian Greens (http://greens.org.au… Read more ...
From the Epoch Times via TPID:
The fate of Australia’s political landscape hangs in the hands of four Independent MPs, after neither Labor nor Liberal succeeded in winning a majority in the 2010 Federal Elections, Saturday, Aug. 21. . . .
For the first time in 70 years Australia is facing the prospect of a hung Parliament, whereby the two major parties will form a minority government, with the balance of power held by the four independents and one Green MP.… Read more ...