The new leader of Scottish Labour faces internal divisions over an independence referendum.
Anas Sarwar has been elected to replace Richard Leonard, fending off a challenge from Monica Lennon.
Commenting, Scottish Greens co-leader Patrick Harvie said:
“I welcome Anas Sarwar to his new role, but he faces a divided party. Anas has been clear that Scottish Labour would stand in the way of Scots having a say over their future, but this will not play well with around a third of Labour voters who now say they would back independence.