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What are the NDP beliefs?

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they believe that prosperity and social justice can go hand in hand and care about many of the social services provided by the government. The NDP wants to ensure the environment, education, elderly, children, health care, equality and economic security are being taken care if. Jack Layton is the current leader of the New Democratic Party.

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The NDP believe in:

having equal rights for gay, lez,bisexual and transgender equality

they also believe in gender equality

water safety

reducing poverty

expanding health care suach as dental and drug coverage

lowering taxes for smaller companies

worker's right including raising mimumin wage

AND MANY MANY MOREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

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