Florida Republican Party censures chairman Christian Ziegler

Christian Ziegler, the embattled chairman of the Florida Republican Party, was stripped of his authority and had his $120,000

 salary reduced to $1 on Sunday by the party's leaders, who also declared him "unfit for office."

Their action was sparked by a late-November rape allegation against Ziegler and the ensuing criminal investigation by Sarasota police.

He has refused to resign in spite of mounting calls for it, calling the encounter at the heart of the investigation a consensual one.

At the emergency meeting of the party executive committee in Orlando, all of the motions were approved unanimously. Ziegler 

and as a result, the party no longer has confidence in him. To decide whether to remove Ziegler from office, members called a meeting for January 8 in Tallahassee,

that the couple "mutually decided" to end their relationship. On the other hand, it appeared that the two were able to part ways amicably

one day before the Florida legislature's regular session starts.

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