Green Nepal Party (GNP) was established in 1997. Green Nepal Party fully supports the four pillars of Green platforms, Ecological Wisdom, Social Justice, Participatory Democracy and Nonviolence, put forward by the Global Greens Charter. GNP also endorses the sentiments expressed and propagated by the World Social Forum.
Our Party believes, unless a Proportional Representation (PR) system is introduced in the electoral process the multi-party system is meaningless as it marginalizes all other voices in society.
Our founder president, Kuber Sharma, was inducted into the cabinet as Minister for Culture and Civil Aviation on November 2004. Our Party was able to put some of our messages across to the people through the good performance of our minister in a very short time that the government lasted.
In order to restore peace and democratic process Green Nepal Party is in favour of Constituent Assembly to frame a new constitution safeguarding the institution of constitutional monarchy and a multi-party polity. (More)
Green Nepal Party is a founding member of the Global Greens family, a member of the Global Greens Network (GGN) and belongs to the Federation of Asia Pacific Green Parties.
Green Nepal Party participated in the Asia Pacific Green Politics Workshop held in Brisbane, Australia, April 27-30, 2000.
Green Nepal Party with Green Party of New Zealand represented Asia Pacific region in the 2000 US Green Party Presidential Nominating Convention held in Denver, Colorado, June 23-25, 2000.
Green Nepal Party attended as a delegation to the historical 2001 Global Greens Conference held in Canberra, Australia, April 14-16, 2001.
Green Nepal Party attended the New Zealand Green Party Summer Policy Conference held at Thames, near Auckland, New Zealand, January 25-28, 2002.
Green Nepal Party participated in the 3rd Congress of European Greens held in Berlin, Germany, May 2002.
Members of the Party have traveled overseas to interact and establish relations with Green parties in the USA, UK, Germany, Belgium, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.