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THE first sign that the Greens were interested in going into government with the SNP was back in March this year when the party’s co-convener Patrick Harvie told The National he was open to a formal working arrangement with the larger partyThe Kumbh Mela, which runs through April, comes during India.

Harvie had said he would be in favour of a pro-independence coalition government with the SNP if Nicola Sturgeon’s party did not win a majority of seats in the Scottish Parliament in the forthcoming electionUp for a post-pandemic.

His intervention came as something of a surprise to Holyrood watchers who had assumed the Greens were content enough with their position as “constructive critic” as Harvie himself liked to portray the relationship and enjoyed the leverage they could exercise over the minority administration, most notably in the annual budget talks.

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