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James Shaw to Resign as Green Party Co-Leader, Continues Parliamentary Role

James Shaw to Resign as Green Party Co-Leader, Continues Parliamentary Role

James Shaw, former Climate Change Minister and co-leader of New Zealand's Green Party, will step down from his co-leadership role in March but remain

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James Shaw, former Climate Change Minister and co-leader of New Zealand’s Green Party, will step down from his co-leadership role in March but remain in Parliament to support his member’s bill. The bill, focused on environmental sustainability rights, faces its first reading and may keep Shaw in Parliament for some time if it advances. Shaw has been a significant figure in the Green Party, contributing to climate change legislation and the party’s growth. The process to elect a new co-leader will begin soon, with Green Party members voting at local meetings.

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