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Kitcat set to retain Brighton and Hove Green leader post uncontested
4:50pm Tuesday 19th March 2013 in News
A council leader is facing no opposition in his bid to get re-elected.
It means Coun Kitcat, who was elected leader of the council nearly a year ago, is likely to continue in the role for another 12 months.
However, those voting will also have the opportunity to vote for Ron – to re-open nominations.
The same election, which will take place in the coming days, will see the election of two deputy convenors.
Members of the Brighton and Hove Green Party and councillors will be invited to cast their votes.
There are no details released officially on who is standing for deputy leader, although Ian Davey and Lizzie Deane are believed to have put themselves forward.
Voting closes on Saturday (March 23) with the results announced a few days after that.
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