green party leader accused Trudeau - суровая тетка, однако

by Olga MR [73 Views] 2021-06-17 16:43:58

я пропустила здесь битвы на эту тему или вы? Вчера развлекаловка шла на полный ход, сегодня вроде уже спускают на тормозах?

Trudeau is no feminist, says Green party leader as she battles party revolt
This week, the party called on Paul to denounce her former aide and expressly support the remaining parliamentarians, or face a leadership vote of no confidence next month. Paul declined to address the ultimatum at her press conference on Wednesday.

Instead, she accused the governing Liberals of sowing discord within her party, claiming they were “hellbent” on securing a majority in the election “at almost any cost”.

She also took aim at the prime minister, who has often vaunted his feminist credentials, but also clashed with prominent female members of his cabinet.

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Green Leader Annamie Paul says attempt to force her out driven by racism, sexism

Annamie Paul has pledged to stay on as leader of Canada's Green Party and is claiming attempts to force her out of the top job were being driven by racism and sexism.

Paul survived an emergency leadership meeting on Tuesday evening that could have kick-started the process of removing her from the leadership.

Paul told a news conference in Ottawa today that the push to eject her was led by a "small group" of party brass "who are on their way out."

Сегодня: Green Party's Annamie Paul survives emergency meeting over leadership

Party instead asks Paul to publicly repudiate a former senior adviser
The leadership of the Green Party's Annamie Paul is safe — for now — after party brass decided late Tuesday not to kick-start a process that could have ultimately ousted her as leader of the party.

The party's federal council — which is the governing body of the party — held an emergency meeting Tuesday night that lasted more than three-and-a-half hours. Officials were expected to hold a vote on whether to trigger a complex process under the party's constitution that could have declared no-confidence in Paul's leadership.

That vote did not end up taking place, multiple sources with knowledge of the meeting told CBC News.

Instead, sources say, the federal council adopted a separate motion asking Paul to publicly repudiate one of Paul's former senior advisers, Noah Zatzman, who accused many politicians — including unspecified Green MPs — of discrimination and antisemitism in a social media post last month.


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