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Green Party spokespeople 2002

Green Party spokespeople 2002

Jeanette Fitzsimons (Co-Leader) Climate Change Conservation Crown Research Institutes Energy Environment Fisheries Genetic Engineering Local Government Oceans Research, Science and Technology Sustainable Development (shared with Rod) Sustainable Economics Transport

Rod Donald (Co-Leader and Musterer) Commerce Electoral Reform Finance and Revenue Regional Development SOEs Superannuation Sustainable Development (shared with Jeanette) Trade

Sue Bradford ACC Children's Affairs Community and Volunteer Sector Community Economic Development Disability Issues Employment Gambling Housing Industrial Relations Internal Affairs Mental Health National Library and Archives Racing Social Services State Services

Ian Ewen-Street Agriculture Bio-security Border Control/Customs Environment (Assoc) Environmental Education Forestry Land Information Organics Rural Affairs Statistics Waste

Sue Kedgley ACC (Assoc) Animal Welfare Broadcasting Civil Aviation Communications Consumer Affairs Health Safe Food Transport (Assoc - Wellington) Women's Affairs

Keith Locke Civil Defence Defence Disarmament Foreign Affairs Human Rights Industrial Relations (Assoc) Overseas Development Assistance Police Security and Intelligence Transport (Assoc - Auckland) Veteran Affairs

Nandor Tanczos Drug Law Reform (including Alcohol) Forestry (Assoc) Information Technology Justice Tertiary Education Treaty Issues Urban Affairs Youth Affairs

Metiria Turei Education Ethnic Affairs Immigration Justice (Assoc - Family Law) Maori Affairs Pacific Island Affairs

Mike Ward Sports, Fitness and Leisure Local Government (Assoc) Arts and Culture Small Business Tourism Older Persons

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