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Enderronian Greens
Enderse Groenen
恩德龙绿党 Ēndélóng Lǜ Dǎng
エンデロン緑の党 Enderon Midori no Tō
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Leader Kelly Tan
Co-deputy Leaders Mike Jorgensen
Jocelyn Storer
Founded 30 June 1991
Youth wing Young Greens
LGBT wing Rainbow Greens
Membership 56,500 (2019)
Ideology Green politics
Progressivism
Factions:
Left-wing populism
Eco-socialism
Political position Centre-left to left-wing
International affiliation Global Greens
Colour      Green
Slogan For a forward future
Enderronian
Parliament
24 / 194
Prefectural
parliaments
24 / 907

The Enderronian Greens (EG or Grn, formerly the Green Party of Enderron until 2001, commonly known as The Greens) are a green political party in Enderron. It is the third-largest political party in Enderron by popular vote and membership. It is the fourth-largest party in the Enderronian Parliament, with two seats. The current party leader is Kelly Tan, since 2017.

The Green Party was formed in 1991 and has four organisational pillars: ecological sustainability, social justice, grassroots democracy and nonviolence. The party combines environmentalism with left-wing economic policies, including strong support for social welfare and funding public services through a steady-state mixed-market economy. The Greens are considered highly socially progressive, supporting immigration and refugee programs, multiculturalism, multilingualism, LGBTQ rights, gender and racial equality, animal welfare and reform of the national education and judicial systems. The party strongly supports efforts to address climate change through a transition away from fossil fuels towards renewable energies and more stringent carbon pricing. It is also strongly in favour of completely phasing out single-use plastics, conservation of natural habitats, abolishing fossil fuel subsidies, and nuclear disarmament.

The Greens' core constituencies are inner-city metropolitan areas, where it often competes with the centre-left Social Democratic Party and centre-right Liberal Party, and some rural and hinterland regions, where it is challenged by the agrarian Enderron National Party. Its membership is generally younger, university educated and primarily middle-class. The Greens currently hold two seats in the Enderronian Parliament and 24 throughout nine prefectural legislatures. The party provided confidence and supply to the Social Democratic minority government from 2014 to 2018.

Federal party leaders

No. Name Term began Term ended Time in office
1 Jessica Milner 30 June 1991 27 November 1993 2 years, 151 days
2 Rob Graham 27 November 1993 29 September 1994 307 days
3 Leah Tiederman 29 September 1994 2 February 2003 8 years, 127 days
4 Vi Muraoka 2 February 2003 19 October 2007 4 years, 260 days
5 Erik Kastena 19 October 2007 20 June 2013 5 years, 245 days
6 Jocelyn Storer 20 June 2013 11 May 2017 3 years, 326 days
7 Kelly Tan 11 May 2017 Incumbent 4 years, 156 days

Deputy party leaders

Sole deputy leaders (until 2001)

  • Rob Graham (1991–1993)
  • Elizabeth Tai (1993–1998)
  • Jenson Kim (1998–2001)

Male co-deputy leaders

  • Jeremy Radford (2001–2006, 2007)
  • Erik Kastena (2006–2007)
  • Brian Clayton (2007–2014)
  • Jonathan Abbey (2014–2020)
  • Mike Jorgensen (2020–present)

Female co-deputy leaders

  • Vi Muraoka (2001–2003)
  • Tina Campbell (2003–2010)
  • Kate Tominaga (2010–2014)
  • Kelly Tan (2014–2017)
  • Jocelyn Storer (2017–present)

Election results

Parliament

Election Seats won ± Total votes % Position Government Leader
1994
0 / 140
Steady2.png 0 433,129 3.00% Increase2.png 6th No seats Rob Graham
1998
0 / 140
Steady2.png 0 787,226 5.30% Increase2.png 4th No seats Leah Tiederman
2002
0 / 150
Steady2.png 0 895,838 5.84% Steady2.png 4th No seats
2006
0 / 150
Steady2.png 0 1,353,461 8.29% Steady2.png 4th No seats Vi Muraoka
2010
1 / 150
Increase2.png 1 2,012,809 11.89% Steady2.png 4th Crossbench Erik Kastena
2014
1 / 150
Steady2.png 0 1,459,365 8.11% Steady2.png 4th Crossbench
(C&S to SDP)
Jocelyn Storer
2018
2 / 150
Increase2.png 1 2,012,524 10.72% Steady2.png 4th Crossbench Kelly Tan
2022
24 / 194
Increase2.png 22 12.81% Increase2.png 3rd Coalition
(SDP–GRN)

President

Election Candidate First preference Result
President Vice President Total votes %
1994 No candidate
2000 Leah Tiederman Vi Muraoka 888,682 6.15% (#4)
 
Lost
2006 Julia Watts Seiji Mihara 1,248,749 8.31% (#4)
 
Lost
2012 Jocelyn Storer Jay Freberg 2,662,239 15.65% (#3)
 
Lost
2018 Jay Freberg Claudia Mui 2,562,254 14.48% (#3)
 
Lost

Prefectural branches

Party Seats Leader Status
Avalon Greens
0 / 35
No seats
Cooksland Greens
0 / 89
No seats
Flinders Greens
1 / 52
Crossbench
Greenberg Greens
0 / 25
No seats
Janszoon Greens
1 / 57
Crossbench
Kaigan Greens
0 / 43
No seats
Lawrencia Greens
0 / 33
No seats
Longshan Greens
1 / 58
Crossbench
Miranda Greens
0 / 37
No seats
New Colorado Greens
0 / 35
No seats
New Plymouth Greens
5 / 54
Crossbench
New Surrey Greens
7 / 74
Crossbench
Plymouth Greens
1 / 61
Crossbench
Sierra Greens
0 / 25
No seats
Sylvania Greens
1 / 29
Crossbench
Tojima Greens
3 / 64
Crossbench
Wentworth Greens
4 / 91
Kate Falcon Crossbench
Westhaven Greens
0 / 41
No seats

Parliamentarians

Federal

Prefectural

  • Lauren Baginski (NP)
  • Jamie Bowden (FL)
  • Wellin Ko-min Chang (LS)
  • Karin Chowdhury (NS)
  • Kate Falcon (St Kilda, WE), 2008–present
  • Leonard Fulbright (NS)
  • Samantha Gibney (WE)
  • Cassandra Hill (JZ)
  • Duke Harrison (NS)
  • Chris Kawamoto (WE)
  • Scott Ivanovic (PL)
  • James Kuno (TJ)
  • Noriko Li (NS)
  • John Liao (NP)
  • Georgia Maxwell (TJ)
  • Claudia Mui (Vancouver, NP), 2011–present
  • Kathryn Oliveros (NP)
  • Rachel Quezada (SY)
  • Joanne Seon (NS)
  • Brenda Sigmund (NS)
  • Lydia Stone (WE)
  • Bailey Wang (NS)
  • Tina Wang (TJ)
  • Philip Liuwen Zhou (NP)

Former

  • Jay Freberg (Islington, WE), 2008–2016
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