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— Paul wants to move on: Green Party Leader Annamie Paul says she’s no longer being asked to repudiate an aide who criticized members of caucus. In a Globe interview, she said the party’s federal council had decided not to pursue the order to repudiate Noah Zatzman, who accused members of the caucus of antisemitism.
“I really believe that our members, and also most of our councillors, too, want us to just move on as quickly as possible, try to recover as quickly as possible,” she said. “So that’s what I am going to do.”
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