October 25, 2021

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Green Party of Canada | Annami Paul threw the towel

Green Party of Canada |  Annami Paul threw the towel

Week days after the (Ottawa) gruesome defeat, Green Party leader Annami Paul is throwing towels at her riding వ్యాప్తంగా and across the country. It is learned that she will make the announcement on Monday Tap.


Melania Marquis

Melania Marquis
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Well aware through two sources about the exchanges that have taken place over the past few days at the party indicated on Sunday evening, she announced her resignation.

“It was a very sad time for the Green Party, but I think Canadians will remember the thing that shattered her glass roof,” the source said. Tap He agreed to give anonymity to allow him to speak freely.

Annami Paul succeeded Elizabeth May as head of the Green Party in October 2020. She was elected on the eighth ballot. His leadership was shaken a few months later by an internal feud over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

As a result, he lost Fredericton’s MP Jenica Atwin in New Brunswick, who went to the Liberals shortly before the election. She accused Justin Trudeau of being a “false feminist” and conspiring to undermine his leadership.

Support for free fall celery

Under his leadership, support for the Green Party fell from 6.6% in 2019 to 2.3%. Annami Paul, who laid almost all the eggs in her election campaign at the Toronto Center, came in fourth with 8.5% of the vote.

In Quebec, the formation received 1.5% of the vote. There was a lot of controversy between the leader and the Quebec wing, after which Mr. gave birth to a stage.To me Paul did not participate.

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The Green Party will elect two candidates on September 20: Liberal Party candidate Raj Saini, former leader of British Columbia Elizabeth May and Mike Morris of Ontario in Riding, accused of sexual harassment.

According to a notice sent to the media on Sunday night, Annami Paul will not be answering questions from reporters during a speech in Toronto Park on Monday.