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Green party, 9 MPs

Members of New Zealand's 49th Parliament, elected November 2008.

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Updated 9 December 2008

Only one Party has a clear vision of how we can live a better life while protecting our beautiful planet the NZ Green Party said during the 2008 NZ General election. The Party said it works hard to provide practical and effective solutions to today's challenges.

Green Party MPs elected to the 49th Parliament:

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DELAHUNTY, Catherine
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GRAHAM, Kennedy
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HAGUE, Kevin
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LOCKE, Keith
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NORMAN, Russel
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TUREI, Metiria
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