Rhonda Reekie, Aberdeen South, Scottish Green Party
what do you think is the most important issue in this election?
People, Planet and Peace
why did you make the decision to stand in this constituency and for this party
(as an independent)?
To give people who care about their environment a choice against the Western
what kind of vote are you expecting on May 5th?
More than 5pct
aside from the vote what are you hoping to get out of this campaign?
Raise the Party Profile in Aberdeen
in your view what is the greatest threat to our civil liberties at the moment?
ID cards and national computer Database
Blair has taken us to war three times since coming to power (not including the
occasional ad hoc bombing raid) in the Balkans, Afghanistan and Iraq. Can war
ever be justified?
Never - conflicting parties should be encouraged and educated to solve
differences by peaceful means
There is very little left to privatise in this country, if you had your way what
would be brought into public hands?
Just about everything
Some environmental campaigners have started talking about nuclear power as a way
to bring down CO2 emissions - what do you think of this?
Totally against nuclear power - this is not a sustainable option at all.
Asylum and immigration will be central issues in this election. What action on
this issue would you like to see the next government push through?
That asylum seekers be able to work as soon as they arrive and stop detentions.
For them all to stop inciting racial hatred on this issues
What question do you wish was on this list but doesn't appear?
Do you think the government have ever made the link between their policies on
transport and its effect on the environment?