No friction with May, but Paul needs distance from former adviser, says former federal Green interim leader
'This is in no way a fight between Elizabeth and Annamie, but a fight to save the Green Party. There may be some surrogates of Elizabeth who are trying to make comparisons between 13 years of Elizabeth as leader and Annamie, who’s only been in the job for eight months,' says former interim Green leader Jo-Ann Roberts.
Green Party Leader Annamie Paul, pictured June 1, 2021, at a press conference on the Hill. Jo-Ann Roberts says Ms. Paul has been confronted with 'a dysfunction that was in the party' prior to her Oct. 3, 2020, election and the 'distraction' caused by Noah Zatzman and Ms. Paul’s silence on the issue did not help.
The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia