Look at the full agreement for yourself. some pretty solid commitments there. Now they must deliver all ACT Labor MLAs and the ACT Greens today signed a parliamentary and power agreement for the 10th Legislative Assembly, during which they agreed to work constructively and collaboratively to govern in the best interests of ACT residents. The Greens and the ALP signed a „parliamentary agreement“ to formalize the agreement. As part of the agreement, the Greens secured a series of parliamentary reforms, including the implementation of Latimer House`s principles of accountability and cooperation, the setting of equal speaking time for the government and the opposition for all debates, the demand for a triple assessment of the results of all bills and important policy proposals. , and the requirement that bills not be introduced during the same session period. The agreement gave Shane Rattenbury the aging of departmental portfolios; Housing Corrections; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island business, as well as territory and municipal services at the Second Gallagher Ministry and First Barr Ministry. The Greens have asked the government to report annually on the progress made in the measures outlined in the agreement. The first joint communiqué on the progress of the agreement was issued in July 2008.
 In the 2016 ACT elections, Shane Rattenbury retained a seat in the enlarged Legislative Assembly and held 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.  Kerrie Tucker remained the only member of the Greens in this assembly, during which the Liberal Party, with the help of independents, again formed a government. ACT Labor and ACT Greens will publicly vote on the status of the agreement for 12 months during the 10th General Assembly. This was the act`s first election since a four-year term. Deb Foskey was the only Green member in the Assembly where the Labor Party had a majority. 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.
Monday`s agreement also led the government to commit to spending $18 million on homeless services and acknowledged that the sector had not received an increase in funding to cope with the recent surge in demand. In the ACT elections of 17 October 2020, the Greens won 6 seats each, one in the constituencies of Yerrabi, Ginninderra, Murrumbidgee and Brindabella, and two in the Kurrajong electorate. The Labour and Green parliamentary agreement for the 10th Assembly is the first time a Green Party has been elected for a fourth term as a balance of leaders around the world. There were „good, solid discussions“ and there were compromises on both sides. Barr said the agreement would include more affordable housing in the region, a climate strategy and more money for homelessness.