The Green Party initiates procedures that may expel Annami Paul from the leadership
The Canadian Green Party initiated a procedure that may remove Annamy Paul from the party’s leadership.
According to party members with knowledge of the matter, the party’s Federal Council will vote on whether to remove Paul on July 15.
If 75% of the board members are supported, party members can vote to remove her from office at the annual general meeting of shareholders.
A source said that the Green Party should hold such a meeting long ago.
CBC News has contacted Paul’s office for comments.