Australian Greens

Verts australiens

Les Verts australiens (Australian Greens en anglais ou simplement The Greens) est un parti politique écologiste australien de gauche. Issu d'une campagne contre la construction des barrages hydroélectriques en Tasmanie pendant les années 1980, le parti est aujourd'hui connu aussi bien pour ses positions contre la guerre et pour la justice sociale que pour l'écologisme. Il compte cinq sénateurs au parlement d'Australie, et environ 9% des voix aux élections sénatoriales de 2007. Le chef en est Bob Brown, sénateur de la Tasmanie depuis 1996.

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