4. The Greens will adopt their own position on all political or legislative issues that are not within the ministerial portfolios and areas of cooperation defined in this agreement. Differences in position within these portfolios and areas of cooperation are managed in accordance with this agreement. RNZ was told by people on the call that it was “tense” and that delegates were nervous, which would include the proposed agreement. 2.50pm – Kia Ora, welcome to Newshub`s live updates. We expect Green delegates to participate in a conference call starting at 4 p.m. to vote on the proposed agreement negotiated with the Labour Party. Ardern and the co-leaders of the Greens will sign the cooperation agreement this morning at the Hive. The agreement identifies areas of cooperation, including environmental issues and “improving the best interests of children and marginalized communities through measures against homelessness, warmer homes and the mental health of children and youth.” Davidson will partner with a ministerial group to discuss a “strategy for the well-being of children and youth.” Ardern retains the role of “Minister of Combating Children.” In mid-January 2019, Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford acknowledged that the government could not meet its goal of building 1,000 KiwiBuild homes by July 1, with only 33 homes built by January 23. The minister estimated that the government could only build 300 homes by July 1.
  In the same month, it was reported that KiwiBuild Chief Stephen Barclay had resigned following disagreements with the Minister of Housing and criticism from Housing and Urban Development employees about his management and management. Barclay announced that he would present a “constructive dismissal procedure” against the department for invasion of his privacy.     “The Greens agree to give confidence and support to a Labour government for the legislature. The Greens will not oppose the motions of censure and will support budgets drawn up in accordance with this agreement.Â On 17 October, the Labour Party won the 2020 general election by winning 50% of the vote and 65 seats in the House of Representatives, the first time under the current MMP system, where each party won enough seats to govern without a coalition, confidence and supply agreement.   The Labour leader`s offer gave the Greens the chance to continue their alliance for the next three years. On election night, I said I wanted to govern for all New Zealanders and reach as broad a consensus as possible on key issues,” said Ardern.