The Greens also managed to secure large gambling concessions that were rejected in the new agreement before the election. As expected, the three areas were outlined as topics of particular interest in the parliamentary and governmental agreement presented on Monday by ACT Labor and the Greens. Shane Rattenbury retained a seat in the expanded Legislative Assembly in the 2016 ACT elections and served in the ministries of climate change and sustainability. Corrections and the health of the courts; Justice, Consumer Protection and Road Safety; and mental health. Caroline Le Couteur was also re-elected after losing her seat in 2012. The Greens maintained their position in the balance of power for a third consecutive term, and the laboratory parties ACT Greens and ACT signed another parliamentary agreement setting out the terms of their power-sharing agreement in government.  As expected, the parties agreed to deliver the second stage of the urban train to Woden. The agreement says they want to do it “as soon as possible.” Look at the full agreement for yourself. some pretty solid commitments there. They must now deliver As part of the new agreement, legislation will be introduced next year to ban gas links in green grasslands and a transition programme will be put in place with industry to start gradually selling gas in existing areas. In the next ACT government, the Greens will have three ministers who, as part of a parliamentary agreement, should accelerate the gradual expansion of petrol vehicles and increase the number of social housing units. Under the agreement, from 2021 to 22,2021, there will be no gas connection for future residential areas in the green grasslands, and future developments in Jacka and Whitlam will be 100% electric. The parties today announced their new government agreement for the next four years and forced ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr to appoint three Greens to his nine-member department.
The agreement provides for a reorientation towards climate change, planning, housing and transport for the next four years. After years of insistence, the Greens managed to incorporate into the agreement a major reform of the poker machine. Kerrie Tucker was again the only member of the Greens at the meeting where the Labor Party, with its support and that of Australian Democrat Roslyn Dundas, formed a minority government.