Power shift: Richard Di Natale’s elevation as the new Greens’ leader, replacing Tasmanian Christine Milne, marks the rise of the Victorian Greens.
The balance of power in Australian green politics has shifted with the choice of Victorian Senator Richard Di Natale as Greens' leader – and the speed of the change is a lesson for other parties.
The new leadership team: co-deputies Larissa Waters and Scott Ludlam flank leader Richard Di Natale.
The Greens mostly like to keep their party 'internals' internal. The leadership transition from Christine Milne to Victorian senator Richard Di Natale was marked by secrecy and tightly stitched up.
Christine Milne with her successor Richard Di Natale after stepping down as the Greens’ federal leader.
Christine Milne has been seen as an ideological politician. But her record of working with minority governments of both stripes showed she could deliver on her agenda from outside the mainstream.
Greens’ leader Christine Milne has resigned, after 25 years in politics.
Victorian Senator Richard Di Natale has been elected Greens' leader unopposed, after Christine Milne announced she would not contest the next federal election.