Green Party infighting isnt good for Annamie Paul

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Less than a yearinto her mandate as leader of Canada’s Green Party, Annamie Paul is facing calls to resign, and Nanos Research’s Nik Nanos says the internal divisions within the party could have a impact on their success in the next federal electioncan serve up to six people per table..

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“What we saw this past week was a bit of uglinessThe shortest, starting June 1 and aiming to be completed b,” said Nanos on the latest episode of Trend LineThe third wave a. “I can’t see how this is good news for Annamie Paul or the Green Party.”

Paul has called out efforts by members of the party’s governing body to force her removal following internal policy disputes as “racist” and “sexist.“

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