The Greens’ party membership will soon be voting on how they will move forward in the selection of their Parliamentary Leader on a Federal level. Currently, this is limited, like other parties, to the MPs in the Federal Parliament, with members and other levels of government left out of the decision-making process. This vote, depending on the outcome, could retain the status quo or change the direction of the Greens Party.
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In a sad turn of events, Richard Di Natale has stepped down as Parliamentary Leader of the Greens. He has resigned from the role, and will leave the Senate once a new Leader has been voted in. It is that vote that leaves much to be desired, as some other Greens members and politicians have expressed since the announcement.
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