Annamie Paul denies Green Party ‘infighting’ despite legal filing
Green Party leader Annamie Paul says there’s “no infighting” happening within her party, despite the latest revelation that the legal system is now involved in the ongoing dispute.
“I am not feuding with anyone. I am not seeking to. There is no infighting going on,” Paul said, speaking to reporters on Thursday.
“This is really a one-sided attack.”
Paul said that recent attempts to oust her as leader have come from a small group within the Green Party‘s governing body, the federal council, and that those spearheading the conflict are on their way out the door.
“This was not an action sanctioned by our federal council. It is not an action that came before our federal council. And so I am asking people to just have patience as we transition,” Paul said.
“We are in a big transition. Most of our councillors will have their terms expiring next month. I’m very excited to work with our next group of councillors, and I am not going to be distracted any further from really the work that has to be done.”
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