Greens and Labour join forces

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The New Zealand Labour Party and the Green Party have announced an agreement to work together to change the government.
The two parties announced today they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) – the first time they have formalised their relationship.
Labour leader Andrew Little said the two parties wanted to offer New Zealanders a viable alternative to the National-led government, ahead of the 2017 General Election.
Green co-leaders James Shaw and Metiria Turei very excited by the move which will last until the 2017 election.
The two parties will work together on some policies and campaigns and they will also consider ways to cooperate at the 2016 local body elections.

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