Green-paper



noun, British.
1.
a report presenting the policy proposals of the government, to be discussed in Parliament.
noun
1.
(often capitals) (in Britain) a command paper containing policy proposals to be discussed, esp by Parliament
noun

a government document of policy proposals for the nation to consider and discuss; also written Green Paper
Word Origin

may be followed by a white paper, with details of proposed legislation
Usage Note

British politics
noun

See green paper

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