Green Party MP retiring, won't seek re-election

Gareth Hughes had been a leading member of the Greens caucus for a decade. Photo: Twitter @GarethMP
Gareth Hughes had been a leading member of the Greens caucus for a decade. Photo: Twitter @GarethMP

Long-serving Green Party MP Gareth Hughes is retiring from national politics.

The 38-year-old assumed office in 2010 and has been in Parliament longer than any of his colleagues.

"I've loved the opportunity to serve as a Green MP for a decade but I've decided to retire at the next election to spend more time with my kids," Hughes said on Twitter.

Greens co-leader James Shaw wished Hughes all the best

Hughes had been a leading member of the Greens caucus for a decade, Shaw said.

"We will miss him after he retires from Parliament next year. Gareth, I wish you all the very best," Shaw said on Twitter.

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