GREEN PARTY LEADER ANNAMIE PAUL SURVIVES FOR NOW, COULD FACE NON-CONFIDENCE VOTE JULY 20

Jun 16, 2021

By Bob Komsic

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Annamie Paul’s job remains up in the air following an emergency meeting of the Green Party’s governing body.
Instead of making a no-confidence motion, officials asked Paul and MP Paul Manly to arrange a joint statement where she rejects previous remarks from former adviser Noah Zatzman and reiterates her support for the caucus. 
If that doesn’t happen, Paul’s spokesperson says there could be a vote of no-confidence in the leader July 20.
The Green’s governing body will also hold a virtual general meeting of party members August 21, further raising questions about Paul’s tenure.
The Green caucus is down to two after Jenica Atwin’s recent defection to the Liberals.
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