The Greens are to distribute almost 500,000 leaflets across Scotland, as their campaign for a Yes vote in the referendum enters a new phase.
Green Yes, the Scottish Green Party’s campaign for a Yes vote in the independence referendum, welcomed the publication of a consultation on a draft interim constitution for an independent Scotland.
The Scottish Government’s proposed interim constitution, to be adopted in 2016, includes:
Although this is slightly outwith Lanarkshire there are some great speakers lined up who will make it worth the journey: Patrick Harvie, Louise Batchelor (former BBC Scotland environment correspondent) and Robin
Women for Independence - evening in Biggar, with speakers including Clydesdale-born co-convener of Edinburgh Greens Sarah Beattie-Smith.
This will be a good chance to let people know that Independence isn't just about Alex Salmond and the SNP. Various events throughout Lanarkshire including:
Land rights campaigner Andy Wightman will be speaking on the Common Good assets of former Burghs such as Biggar, how and how to find out what these are and ensure that they are used to benefit local communities. SLC says Biggar has no Common Good Assets we believe that it does as the Public Park and the Burnbraes as well as some other sites would seem to meet the criteria.
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