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    The Greens are pleased their coalition partners are following their lead and releasing details of ministers' meetings

    The Greens are pleased their coalition partners are following their lead and releasing details of ministers' meetings


    The Government's announced from next year it will proactively release details of every meeting ministers attend.

    It's something the Greens have been doing since they came into Government.

    Co-leader Marama Davidson says the public has a right to know who ministers are meeting with.

    She says it demonstrates transparency and accountability, and increases trust in Government.

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