Former leader says the party rules allow for Rhiannon’s expulsion from the party room, and even removal of her membership of the Greens

Greens party elder Bob Brown has described a formal complaint against Lee Rhiannon, signed by her nine party colleagues, as unprecedented but “warranted”.

Brown, who was the first national leader of the Australian Greens, confirmed the matter could lead to Rhiannon’s expulsion from the party room, and even the party itself. The complaint followed her involvement in producing a leaflet urging people to lobby to block the Coalition’s Gonski 2.0 school funding package before the party had settled a position on it.

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