Tasmanian opposition leader Rebecca White announced that she would not re-challenge Labor’s leadership.
She said she decided to step down as leader after a week of talking about the future of the party with key figures, including shadow treasurer David O’Byrne.
Ms. White, who has led the party to two electoral defeats since it came to power in 2017, previously signaled her intention to remain a leader after the defeat of the party in the elections on May 1.
Many expect Mr. O’Byrne to become a leader; Rebecca White approved him to replace her.
Party members will meet on Monday to discuss this.
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