May’s behaviour unbecoming of federal leader

May has bragged about how the Green Party is the only federal party where the party leadership is bound by the policy developed by the grassroots. She should live up to that boast.

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May owes members of her party an apology for her efforts to reverse and make excuses about its democratic decision on sanctions against Israel, writes Thomas Woodley. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade


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