The Greens have closed ranks in the wake of allegations of culture problems within the party after Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi announced plans to move a joint motion in the Senate calling on Greens senators to condemn “criminal and predatory behaviour in the Greens”.
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Victorian Labor Premier Daniel Andrews has accused the Greens of suffering a “culture problem” after their state election candidates were caught denigrating women in the same week as a NSW MP was accused by a party colleague of alleged “sexual violence” against a former staffer.
The motion details the current sexual harassment allegations against NSW Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham, who has faced calls from federal leader Richard Di Natale to resign.
Mr Buckingham has denied the allegations.
It also details bullying allegations against former Victorian Greens leader Greg Barber and the current controversy around state election candidate Angus McAlpine, whose rap songs include sexist and homophobic lyrics.
Mr McAlpine rapped about the date rape drug Rohypnol, using violence against his girlfriend and derogatory terms about sex and disabled people.
Senator Bernardi has told Paul Murray Live on Sky News, the Greens have been exposed for their hypocrisy and internal bullying which have made them a blight on our politics.
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