Fallout from Greens feud continues as party ends contract with senior adviser

Fallout from Greens  feud continues as party ends contract with senior adviser
OTTAWA -- The fallout from internal feuds in the Green party continues amid accusations of intolerance and strong-arm tactics against some members.

The adviser, Noah Zatzman, had expressed solidarity with Israel in a May 14 social media post that accused many politicians, including unspecified Green MPs, of discrimination and antisemitism, sparking a letter-writing campaign calling for his removal.

Separately, two party executives recently announced they would step down early, including John Kidder, a vice-president on the party s governing body and husband to MP and former leader Elizabeth May.

The resignations open up more space for a slate of new candidates for executive positions in a party that has undergone growing pains and power struggles over the past couple years.
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