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Full Alliance Policy Programme Now On Website

19 July 2002


Full Alliance Policy Programme Now On Website

Alliance Leader Laila Harré today announced that the full Alliance policy programme for 2002 is now available on the Alliance website www.alliance.org.nz.

Laila Harré said the Alliance was the only party offering voters a fully costed, comprehensive programme for social justice, economic development and environmental sustainability.

“We’ve got high expectations of what a centre-left government could do to grow New Zealand’s economy and tackle inequality at the same time, and we’ve got a plan to do it.

“New Zealanders who want to make sure that there is a voice for social justice in the next government should give their party vote to the Alliance.”

The Alliance has policies in the following areas:

Agriculture
Arts and Culture
Broadcasting
Children
Conservation
Disabilities
Early Childhood Education
Economy
Employment
Employment Relations
Energy
Environment
Global Sustainability
Health
Housing
Immigration
International Affairs
Justice
Mental Health
Police
Refugees
Regional and Industry Development
Schools
Science research and technology
Small business
Social Welfare
Sovereignty
Telecommunications and IT
Tertiary Education
Trade
Transport
Treaty of Waitangi
Women
Young People


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