Ever changing world politics continue to diversify and influence the state of Germany today. It is wise to know exactly how the German nation is affected by world policy in order to determine what is best for the Green Party in the upcoming 2006 election. As an environmentalist party we must execute our convictions and stand strong with other Green Party members across the globe so that we can best serve the people of this country. Germany is a country known throughout the world because of it's stance in World War II. Since the end of the war the nation has changed and so has its people. European Union membership, the reunification of East and West Germany, and the recent appointment of Pope Benedict XVI to the Vatican are all important world events that good spirited citizens look to with approval. The Green Party is a party that started off as peace makers, and now we must reinforce these ideas of reconciliation upon the German voters and upon the rest of the world. The political advice I suggest for the 2006 federal election is not only to know world policy and its influence on Germany, but to also get to know the German people.
[...] The German people want a clean, safe, healthy living space and the Green Party is there to provide that. Campaign resources must be innovative. Provide music to the younger generations and use corporate investments to convince the older generations that we are market friendly and can provide for the people with an economically sound budget plan. Use environmentally safe products at all rallies and debates. Use renewable sources and recycled material at meetings, conventions, and speeches. Use public media sources to relay the message that the Greens have to offer. [...]
[...] The Green Party must also remind Germans of our international contribution to world peace and our stance on the European Union. During a Council meeting of the European Green Party in Brussels, the European Greens voted in favor of passing the EU Constitution by 51 votes to 7 with no abstentions. The German people want a democratic Europe and we as Greens will push to make this a reality. We will stress the active participation of ecologists in the work of the European Convention to create a more democratic Europe. [...]
[...] are, how we plan on implementing and enforcing our policies, and most importantly how to win the election while still sticking to our moral and ethical values, that we can promise the German people, without ever faltering in our stance. First and foremost is the importance of Green Party alliances. As a political party we cannot continue to disagree on certain issues within Germany or the European Union. It is of no interest to the German people to have an elected member of government falter and fail because of internal disagreement. [...]
[...] Take the time to use this next election as a stepping stone for the German people and the citizens of the world so that we can rise to the needs of human kind. Our values will be welcomed into the hearts of those who understand what it means to create a world of peace and solidarity. They will support us and stand beside us when other political parties want to remove us from power. It will not happen and we will not let any propaganda bring us down to a level of underachievement. [...]
[...] We will remind the voters that we are in the early stages of providing the support needed by Euro-wide Greens to accomplish the mission of a greater democratic continent. The upcoming campaign requires the Green Party to allocate funds on a domestic and Euro- wide level. Donations are now allowed according to the Statutes for European Political Parties by the EU Council at the Thessaloniki Summit. Under these rules we can accept anonymous donations of up to 500 Euros per year per person. [...]
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