Ryan urged to heed voices of Greens’ left-wing splinter group
Party chairwoman Hazel Chu says serious rift urgently needs to be healed
The chairwoman of the Green Party has urged Eamon Ryan to hold discussions with a new left-wing grouping within the party in a bid to ease the serious tensions that have arisen in recent months.
Ryan was narrowly re-elected as party leader last Thursday night after beating deputy leader Catherine Martin by a 51 per cent to 49 per cent margin.
The result came on the same day that a number of members announced they were quitting...
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