Hi, My name is Jeff Lye,
I am co leader of the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party.
I am a 52 yr old company director and have been with my current partner for 15 yrs.
I am also a father of 3, step father of 4 and grandparent to 13 wonderful grandchildren.
My hobbies include motor sport, fishing, motorcycles and spending time with family and friends.
I have been involved in cannabis law reform for some 25-30 yrs and got involved in politics to try and make a difference after I was appalled at the way I was treated while in hospital in 2006.
Aotearoa could become the Cannabis capital of the world,
In a Regulated market for Medcinal and Recreational Industry.
Industrial hemp is legal in Aotearoa,
which you can look up on the MINISTRY OF HEALTH website and type in Hemp lience.
Did you know it only takes 90 days to grow a crop of hemp?
Did you know that with 1 hector of hemp, enough hemp to build a 3 bedroom home?
Dear St Albans Residents
Thank you for the opportunity to share our poilcies
and what they mean for the voter.
The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party exists to legalise cannabis for
recreational, spiritual, medicinal and industrial puroposes,
to empower people to work together for peace and true justice;
and to institute a proper and just balance between the power of
the state and the rights of the individual. We believe
adults have the freedom of choice unless that choice harms
other people or the planet.
Watch video on youtube: https://youtu.be/MsRakpM1i_w
If your basing your vote around the pro-Cannabis movement then there is only one logical party to vote for and that is the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party. The A.L.C.P is the only political party that has cannabis law reform as it's number one priority.
The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party turns 21 this year and is optimistic for change.
The Party applauds Ross Bell from the Drug Foundation organising a conference on Drug Law Reform at Parliament last week.
The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party wishes Abe Gray all the best with the The Opportunities Party, but thinks he is being overly optimistic about its chances of success.
ALCP Leader Jeff Lye said TOP was a new party that would probably fail to make the 5% threshold.
Lye said new parties usually fade away after one election cycle and generally do not keep going to give it another go, once they fail to gain MPs.
Leader: Jeff Lye
Deputy leader: Maki Herbert
Acting President: Fred Macdonald
Acting Secretary: Irinka Britnell
Treasurer: Paula Lambert
Te iwi Maori manager: Maki Herbert
Auckland manager: Vacant
Central North Island manager: Jamie Dombroski
Wellington manager: Ants Heath
South Island Managers: Michael Britnell
Sergeant at Arms: Michael Appleby