Sally talbot resigns as interim chair in leadership race

Sally talbot resigns as interim chair in leadership race Updated The Queensland election result may see one of two candidates run for a federal position in the future, as one of the 바카라사이트party’s leaders resigned from her post as interim chairwoman. A party spokesman has told 612 ABC Brisbane the resignation from the position was “on behalf of the candidate”. In her resignation email to members, Sheila Sharkey, said party officials had been instructed not to reveal the identity of the candidate. “I cannot at this poin바카라t be in a position to identify the candidate for leader of the Queensland Labor Party,” Ms Sharkey wrote. “A party pr바카라ocess is underway to identify and appoint a replacement for Sheila Sharkey.” The resignation letter, written two weeks ago, came days after the party’s chief executive, Greg Smith, said the position would not be filled until “the appropriate time”. The Queensland branch was not without opposition as the Greens backed the former Labor minister, Linda Burney, but have remained tight-lipped on the results in their absence. Labor senator Richard Di Natale has pledged to stay in the Senate after winning the seat, while fellow Queensland Liberal Senator Zed Seselja has vowed to “punch down” at the seat. The Liberals have not conceded the seat, but Labor has conceded to be the main opposition, and the former NSW Labor deputy premier Barry O’Sullivan has said he was confident of victory for the party. The election results are expected by the end of Thursday.